Intel has announced a way of cutting download time on the Internet.
Today it announced that its promised Quick Web Technology is ready for release. This is designed to speed up downloads by making images smaller for end users.
The chipmaker has already licensed its technology to some US Internet service providers (ISPs) and is expected to sign similar deals across the world.
Compaq also has a similar model for cutting download times but, so far, no products have emerged.
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