Technology New Internet Standard L4S Could Revolutionize Web Speeds


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Aug 17, 2017
In today’s fast-paced world, slow internet speeds can be incredibly frustrating. From buffering videos to long loading times, we’ve all experienced the annoyance of a sluggish internet connection. But what if there was a way to almost eliminate latency and make the web feel dramatically faster? Enter L4S, a new internet standard that has caught the attention of major companies like Apple, Google, Comcast, and more. This revolutionary technology aims to reduce latency, the amount of time it takes for data to travel from your device to a server and back. And it has the potential to transform our internet experience.

Latency has long been a significant factor in slow internet speeds. It doesn’t matter how much bandwidth you have if your data packets are getting stuck along the way. Traditional methods of measuring latency, such as speed tests, haven’t always provided a complete picture of the issue but with L4S, latency could become a thing of the past. By implementing this new internet standard, we could significantly reduce wait times for webpages to load, eliminate glitches in video calls, and even open up possibilities for developers to create applications that were previously limited by internet realities.

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