Seattle-based Delve Networks, a provider of video-publishing services for the Internet, revealed Monday that it will use EdgeCast Network Inc.'s content delivery network in conjunction with its video-publishing platform. The financial impact of the partnership was not disclosed. Delve explained that its recently launched online video-publishing platform offers content publishers with cutting edge tools for uploading, managing and tracking online video performance. EdgeCast will be used for CDN services for delivering online videos being managed by Delve's video publising service. Founded in 2006, Delve Networks is a privately held company backed by DFJ Frontier, Intel Capital and Labrador Ventures and was formerly known as Pluggd. EdgeCast is based in Los Angeles.