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(Reuters)-The websites of several airlines, banks and technology companies, including Delta Air Lines (NYSE:), Costco Wholesale Corp (NASDAQ:) and American Express (New York Stock Exchange:) Faced a power outage on Thursday.
This is the third such incident in just two months. Prior to this, global social media, government, and news websites were repeatedly interrupted in June. Some reports pointed out that the US cloud computing service provider Fastly (NYSE stock code: ).
Cloud service provider Akamai Technologies (NASDAQ:) issued an alert regarding the “Edge DNS” service incident, stating that its website had been “partially interrupted” and that it was investigating the issue.
“We know that there is a new issue with the Edge DNS service,” it said on its website.
User reports indicate that there are 4,000 issues on the Airbnb site, while approximately 1,800 The Home Depot (New York Stock Exchange:) According to Downdetector, a power outage tracking website, users have reported problems.
The website does not load and displays a domain name system (DNS) service error.
DNS or Domain Name System is a service that converts a readable domain name into a machine-readable IP address, connects it to a server, and transmits the requested page on the user’s mobile phone or laptop.
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