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Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Type Public
TYO: 9432
NYSENTT
LSE: NPN
Founded 1985
Headquarters Ōtemachi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Key people Norio Wada, Chairman
Satoshi Miura, President & CEO
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue ¥ 10,680.9 billion JPY (2008) / $106.289 billion (2009)
Operating income ¥ 1,304.6 billion JPY (2008) / $11.324 billion (2009)
Net income ¥ 635.2 billion JPY (2008) / $5.497 billion (2009)
Total assets ¥ 18,365.8 billion JPY (2007) / $191.800 billion (2009)
Employees 193,850 (2008)
Subsidiaries NTT DoCoMo
NTT East
NTT West
NTT Communications
NTT Data
(see #Subsidiaries)
Website NTT.co.jp

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (日本電信電話株式会社 Nippon Denshin Denwa Kabushiki-gaisha ?, TYO: 9432, NYSENTT, LSE: NPN), commonly known as NTT, is a telephone company that dominates the telecommunication market in Japan. Ranked the 44th in Fortune Global 500, NTT is the largest telecommunications company in Asia, and the second-largest in the world in terms of revenue.

While NTT is listed on Tokyo, New York, and London stock exchanges, the Japanese government still owns roughly one-third of NTT's shares, regulated by the NTT Law (Law Concerning Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Etc.).[1]

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History

NTT was established as a government-owned corporation in 1953

Once established as a monopoly government-owned corporation in 1953, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation (日本電信電話公社 Nippon Denshin Denwa Kōsha ?), the company was privatized in 1985 to encourage competition in the telecom market.

Because NTT owns most of the last mile, it enjoys oligopolistic control over land lines in Japan. In order to weaken NTT, the company was divided into a holding company (NTT) and three telecom companies (NTT East, NTT West, and NTT Communications) in 1999. The NTT Law regulating NTT East and West requires them to serve only short distance communications and obligates them to maintain telephone service all over the country. They are also obligated to lease their unused optical fiber (dark fiber) to other carriers at regulated rates. NTT Communications is not regulated by the NTT Law.

Subsidiaries

NTT Group consists of the following major companies, divided into five segments. NTT East, NTT West, NTT Communications, NTT DoCoMo, and NTT Data are most major subsidiaries. NTT DoCoMo and NTT Data are listed on the stock markets.

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Regional

NTT phonebooth
  • NTT East
  • NTT West

Long distance & international

Mobile

Data (system integration)

Other businesses

  • NTT Urban Development
  • NTT Facilities
  • NTT Finance
  • NTT Electronics
  • NTT Advanced Technology

R&D laboratories

  • Cyber Communications Laboratory Group
    • Cyber Solutions Laboratories (Yokosuka)
    • Cyber Space Laboratories (Yokosuka)
  • Information Sharing Laboratory Group
    • Service Integration Laboratories (Musashino)
    • Information Sharing Platform Laboratories (Musashino)
    • Network Service Systems Laboratories (Musashino & Makuhari)
    • Access Network Service Systems Laboratories (Tsukuba, Yokosuka & Makuhari)
    • Energy and Environment Systems Laboratories (Atsugi)
  • Science and Core Technology Laboratory Group
    • Network Innovation Laboratories (Yokosuka)
    • Microsystem Integration Laboratories (Atsugi)
    • Photonics Laboratories (Atsugi)
    • Communication Science Laboratories (Keihanna)
    • Basic Research Laboratories (Atsugi)

Sponsorship

See also

References

External links


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