With modern switched Ethernet networks, bandwidth is rarely a factor when planning SavaPage deployments. The bandwidth consumed by SavaPage is usually dwarfed by the print document data - e.g. the PostScript and PDF spool data sent across the network. Bandwidth does however become a consideration when planning deployments crossing physical site boundaries such as networks linked via a WAN.
SavaPage uses JSON based HTTP Requests for communication between browser-to-server (Ajax) and server-to-browser (Comet). This protocol is very bandwidth efficient and designed to work well on low bandwidth and high latency networks.
 Comet (or “Reverse Ajax”) is a web application model in which a long-held HTTP request allows a web server to push data to a browser, without the browser explicitly requesting it.