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NTT Communications

NTT Communications provides a wide range of innovative global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions including cloud, network and security services, helping customers to work quickly, strengthen their competitiveness, enter new markets and develop new businesses. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, one of the world’s largest providers of telecommunications services.

Benefits of working with us

Leading-edge solutions

Our solutions include a range of services from consulting to operations that address the multifaceted needs of companies that operate in global markets.

World-class infrastructure

We support the global cloud with a world-class infrastructure that includes submarine cables, data centers and a Tier-1 IP backbone.

Strength in Asia

With an extensive presence in Asia, we can support your company's expansion to primary and emerging Asian markets with high-level technology and a range of services.

Leading-edge solutions

Network Innovation

Our global network is optimized for the cloud utilizing NFV and SDN technology. With operations in more than 190 countries/regions worldwide, our highly reliable enterprise network services comprise VPN services, Hybrid WAN, Internet and cloud connectivity.

Cloud Services

Our global cloud service leverages advanced technology and our expertise as a telecommunications carrier. The latest SDN technology is used to enable high-level self-management for enterprises.

Consulting Services

We provide a range of services to support a secure and smooth migration to the cloud. Services range from consulting to operations and management.

Managed Services

We provide one-stop services to enable complete ICT system management that integrates the services we deliver with legacy systems and services provided by other companies.

ICT Operations

Our easy-to-use business portals allow customers to change configurations and access required services on demand.

World-class Infrastructure

Global Tier-1 Provider

We own and operate one of the world’s largest Tier-1 global IP backbones, fully upgraded to run dual stack, both IPv4 and IPv6. On our backbone, all internet routes are available to you so that you won’t need to reroute your data to another provider’s network.

Optical Submarine Cables

We support the cloud with several high-quality optical submarine cables. These enable us to build fast, flexible networks and ensure redundancy.

Global Network Services

We provide global network services in more than 190 countries/regions worldwide. We have locations in over 70 countries/regions that are staffed by experts with deep knowledge of their local ICT environments.

Data Center Services

We provide data center services in more than 20 countries/regions, offering over 500,000 square meters of data center floorspace worldwide.

Strength in Asia

Reliable Services for Primary and Emerging Asian Markets

NTT Communications has locations in more than 62 cities in 18 Asia-Pacific countries, excluding Japan. We additionally have personnel in place who are accustomed to local markets and business practices, allowing us to provide optimized services for each region.

Corporate Overview

NTT Communications Corporate Headquarters

OTEMACHI PLACE WEST TOWER 2-3-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8019, Japan
Main: +81-3-6700-3000

President & CEO
Representative Member of the Board of the Company: Katsushige Kojima

Established: July 1, 1999
Capital: 230.9 billion yen
Employees: NTT Communications: 9,050 / NTT Communications Group: 17,200 (As of June, 2024)
Businesses: ICT services and solutions business, international telecommunications business, and related businesses


NTT Communications group has operating revenues of 1070.4 billion yen (Results from April 2020 to March 2021) and operating income of 137.3 billion yen (Results from April 2020 to March 2021) from our voice communications, data networks, cloud computing, applications and content and other solutions.

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