HTTP/2, the next major change to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, has been formally approved by the IESG (Internet Engineering Steering Group). HTTP/2 is based on Google’s SPDY/2 protocol which should enable faster page loads in the future web based on the HTTP/2 standard. See the following article from Neowin for details:
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SPDY by Google and HTTP Speed+Mobility from Microsoft are the 2 networking protocols that are going to become HTTP 2.0, the next version of networking protocol for the Internet and speeding it up.
HTTP 2.0 – The next version of Internet networking protocol