LiteSpeed announces BBR congestion control in QUIC and HTTP/3. BBR can deliver sustained throughput performance even under suboptimal network conditions.
November 14th, 2022
About the three web server vulnerabilities CVE-2022-0072 CVE-2022-0073 and CVE-2022-0074, who is impacted, and what you should doRead More
A short recap of the October HTTP/3 Interop, a look at the current status of HTTP/3, and where we will go from here.
Presenting LiteSpeed’s Fast Huffman Encoder, our optimization tricks, and some benchmarks
One reason LiteSpeed outperforms nginx in HTTP/2 benchmarks is that LiteSpeed’s HPACK Huffman decoder is twice as fast as that used by nginx. Learn how our Huffman decoder works.
We’ve released our QUIC and HTTP/3 library under an open-source license. The library, written in C, contains client and server logic with examples.
The QUIC Working Group met for its regular Interim Meeting last week. LiteSpeed attended the meeting remotely.
LiteSpeed’s Dmitri attended IETF 104 remotely last week. These are his observations, as they pertain to QUIC.
“HTTP over QUIC” is now “HTTP/3” and LiteSpeed Technologies has become the first to operate a functional HTTP/3 server! This news and more from IETF 103.
Last week, our Dmitri attended the QUIC Working Group Interim meeting in New York City. Read all about it.