--- Comment #11 from Scott Peterson <> ---
(In reply to Haravikk from comment #4)

SPDY has apparently evolved into QUIC. QUIC supports multiple streams, which
can be created by either end. There can be a huge number of these. It seems
like a sender of files could create a stream per file it wanted to send, then
send to that stream as async reads completed. The reads that complete first are
sent first. Complete files on fast storage might be sent as one on slow storage
streamed out at a lower rate. This should also allow the receiver to consume
the incoming streams at different rates, as they might do if their destination
media had different write performance.

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