Performance Evaluation of HTTP/2 over TLS+TCP and HTTP/2 over QUIC in a Mobile Network
AbstractWith the development of technology and the increasing requirement for Internet speed, the web page load time is becoming more and more important in the current society. However, with the increasing scale of data transfer volume, it is hard for the current bandwidth used on the Internet to catch the ideal standard. In OSI protocol stack, the transport layer and application layer provide the ability to determine the package transfer time. The web page load time is determined by the header of the package when the package is launched into the application layer. To improve the performance of the web page by reducing web page load time, HTTP/2 and QUIC has been designed in the industry. We have shown experimentally, that when compared with HTTP/2, QUIC results in lower response time and better network traffic efficiency.
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