edgekey.net is a domain that is owned and used by Akamai that is primarily used for website acceleration through the Akamai CDN.
|Content Delivery Network (CDN) (About DefBoxes)|
Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) put website content on servers that are spread throughout the world. This is done so that users will always load content from a server close to them. This causes content to load faster and more efficiently.
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Tracking methods: How the entity collects data about and tracks individuals.
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Cookies: Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer that are normally used for tracking or storing user preferences. More information.
edgekey.net does not use any client-side tracking methods.
Date retrieved: June 18, 2013
Registrant: Akamai Technologies, inc. 8 Cambridge Center Cambridge, MA 02142 US Domain name: EDGEKEY.NET Administrative Contact: Billing, Hostmaster email@example.com 8 Cambridge Center Cambridge, MA 02142 US +1.6174443000 Fax: +1.6174443001 Technical Contact: Billing, Hostmaster firstname.lastname@example.org 8 Cambridge Center Cambridge, MA 02142 US +1.6174443000 Fax: +1.6174443001 Registration Service Provider: Akamai Technologies, email@example.com 617-444-3000 This company may be contacted for domain login/passwords, DNS/Nameserver changes, and general domain support questions. Registrar of Record: TUCOWS, INC. Record last updated on 17-Jun-2013. Record expires on 04-Oct-2017. Record created on 04-Oct-2001. Registrar Domain Name Help Center: http://tucowsdomains.com Domain servers in listed order: ADNS1.AKAM.NET USW6.AKAM.NET USE9.AKAM.NET ADNS2.AKAM.NET ADNS3.AKAM.NET NS5-64.AKAM.NET NS4-66.AKAM.NET NS4-67.AKAM.NET NS7-65.AKAM.NET NS7-66.AKAM.NET NS5-66.AKAM.NET NS1-66.AKAM.NET ADNS4.AKAM.NET Domain status: clientTransferProhibited clientUpdateProhibited
As edgekey.net is used for website acceleration, it is commonly seen as an suffix to another domain. Two examples are below.