Nobody wants to browse a sluggish online shopping site — it doesn’t matter if you’re at a Starbucks with a smartphone or sitting in front of a networked PC. That need for speed is why Radware is acquiring Strangeloop, a specialist in web performance optimization.

radwareTerms of the deal, announced Thursday, were not disclosed but the move is a natural for Radware(s rdwr), a Tel Aviv-based application delivery vendor.

And it’s not unprecedented. Almost a year ago to the day, content delivery network (CDN) leader Akamai(s akam) bought Blaze to speed up performance for people using web and mobile applications.

As GigaOM’s Stacey Higginbotham wrote at the time, in buying Blaze:

” … Akamai is acknowledging that web sites today are accessed in more places … but also that the sites themselves are different. They use richer media and offer links back to more applications. Things like sharing something on…

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