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NTT to combine 3 units to create Japan's largest IT company

The telecom group aims to take on IBM and Google with the combination

The NTT group is taking on its biggest reorganization since 1999 to capture growing demand for data services. (Photo by Yumi Kotani)

TOKYO -- The Nippon Telegraph & Telephone group will launch a new company to oversee three major communications and data subsidiaries, forming Japan's biggest comprehensive provider of information technology, Nikkei has learned.

The Tokyo-based group will transfer shares in subsidiaries NTT Data, NTT Communications and South Africa-based Dimension Data to a new entity to be set up as early as this fall. The resulting company will provide corporate clients with a wide range of services, including cloud storage and data processing. The group envisions merging the units into a single company later.

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