A few weeks ago, we knew a new tool powered by Nokia. This is Nokia Xpress, a new compression technology that is the navigation data on some devices from the Finnish, in order that users can access the Internet faster and using less data. Well, something similar is trying Google.
Francois Beaufort, responsible for filtering the existence of the new Chromebook Pixel has announced that Google is working on a project to increase the browsing speed of the user’s browser Google Chrome for Android, the mobile operating system of the company. This new system would work through some proxy servers and SPDY protocol would increase the performance of users who are not lucky enough to have a bandwidth wide enough to support data transfers generous.
It is true that not all users can have a fast connection at all times. In fact, the technology is applied in smartphones basic range and slightly favored environments so connections are concerned. We would be talking about a technology very similar to tools like Opera Turbo or browser Amazon Silk, which try to reduce the size and quality of images and videos, as well as compress the file sizes for medium weight. Thus, all the necessary data may be loaded more quickly and smoothly. However, the intention of Google is to improve and accelerate web navigation for all users through a system that supports multiple data streams on a single connection.
Chrome Mini, this is how the browser could be called if you follow the trail of the legendary Opera Mini, would be able to compress the information of a web page to make it lighter. Do not forget that when you visit a page, our phone downloads all data to be displayed after the user. Thus, the navigation can be an ordeal for those who have the misfortune of having a slow data connection. For Chrome, the download of this data would take place on a server named proxy, able to connect from outside two different teams. The information is compressed and then sent (via a very fast process) to smartphone or mobile device. The results are quite good for the user, since the charging is performed more quickly and can see the results before using a navigation system to use.
The truth is that right now, the application of this technology is not so clear. The tool is being developed and studied precisely because the browser Google has the status of being open source. Right now, we are not yet in a position to confirm that this will be a major function of Google Chrome in the future. In any case, we feel that this would be an important and key to any Android user who connects to the Internet through the browser and with a minimum connection, something more common in our country.