LLL.com Analysis: aeg, aeh, aei, aej, aek, ael, aem, aen, aeo, aep

Below is today’s lll.com analysis. AEH.com may be for sale and AEM is clearly listed for sale. Others all are active websites with some stating the acronym and some not.

Out of 10 names analysed today, A for America counts 3. More and more American companies have a lll.com domain names because they were having an easy access to internet and domain registrars in 1990s.

aeg
AEG: Acronym not stated.
AEG has pioneered advanced electrical engineering, being synonymous with German engineering, design and precision. Its product range is wide involving consumer and industrial products.

aeh
AEH:Acronym not stated.
AEH website is inactive, other sources points that the domain is for sale. Contact the owner for more details.

aei
AEH: Acronym not stated, but AE is for Advanced Energy.
It takes you to advanced-energy.com a global leader in reliable power conversion solutions used in thin-film plasma manufacturing processes and solar energy generation.

aej
AEJ : AE Johnson derived from a personal name
AE Johnson & Associates basically a computer/IT company providing almost all IT related services.

aek
Athletic Union of Constantinople (AEK)
www.aek.com is a service of AEK Internet Fan Club and a 100% unofficial fansite. Visit for more info

ael
AMERICAN ESOTERIC LABORATORIES (AEL)
AEL is a regional provider of esoteric and clinical laboratory services, focused to provide the unique turnaround time and quality demands for testing services for health care providers.

aem
It takes you to searchfusion.com where a link is provided to make an offer to this domain name.

aen
Asia Entertainment Network (AEN)
If you want to become a star then this site might have some solutions for you.

aeo
American Eagle Outfitters (AEO)
AEO is an American clothing and accessories retailer. Some of the brand’s more popular products are low-rise jeans, polo shirts, graphic T-shirts, henley shirts, boxers and briefs, outerwear, and swimwear

aep
American Electric Power(AEP)
AEP is one of the largest electric utilities in the U.S., serving over 5 million customers in 11 states.