Google has released an update post about how the project is progressing accelerate mobile pages.
The company said that numerous publishers, technology providers and developers have expressed support for the project and expressed interest and support.
Google project was officially launched in October, his goal – to make the Internet faster and more responsive to the mobile equipment.
Publishers who have expressed interest in the amplifier include BBC, Sankei, New York Times, News Corp, AOL, International Business Time / Newsweek and the Washington Post.
Local media consortium of more than 70 media companies, representing 1600 local newspapers and television stations, also expressed support for the project.
As the project comes with open source, it is fully unlocked for partners. Many companies in the advertising market has already participated in the project, including Outbrain, AOL, OpenX, DoubleClick and AdSense.
Google has also received the support of a variety of analytical services, comScore, Adobe Analytics, Parse.ly, Google’s own Analytics and Chartbeat, that expressed their intention to provide analytics to support the acceleration of pages within existing resources.
As for the developers, more than 4,000 participants to make changes to GitHub.