Telehouse - Our Parent Company KDDI

Our Parent Company KDDI

A Global Fortune 300 Japanese Telecom and System Integration Provider

Telehouse is the global data centre subsidiary of KDDI, a Global Fortune 300 Japanese telecommunications and system integration provider. KDDI has been operating as a leading telecommunication provider in Japan for 60 years serving over 30 million users and providing its own successful brand of unique handsets.
With over 27,000 employees worldwide, KDDI has 100 offices in 26 countries around the world, supporting clients locally wherever they are.  With a diverse portfolio of services, KDDI owns and operates a number of subsidiaries around the globe to ensure our clients have access to the best performing end-to-end ICT

KDDI Group Subsidiaries:

Fixed-line and Antenna Business:

KDDI & BT Global Solutions Co.
Chubu Telecommunications Co.
Okinawa Telecommunication Network Co.
Japan Cablenet Ltd. 

Internet-related Business:

KDDI Web Communications Inc.
Japan Internet Exchange Co.
KMN Corporation.
Mediba Inc.
BRACNet ltd.
CD Networks Intl Corporation 

Data Centre and SI Business:

Telehouse International Co.
DMX Technologies Ltd.
PT Packet Systems Indonesia
CJSC Vostoktelecom

Mobile Business:

• Okinawa Cellular Telephone Co.
• UQ Communications Co.
• Wire & Wireless Co.
• MOBICOM Corporation Co.
• Locus Telecommunications Inc.
• Total Call International Inc.

Content and Media Business:

• A-Sketch Inc.
• Mobaoku Co. ltd
• Booklista Co.
• KKBOX Inc.

Research and Development:

• KDDI R&D laboratories Inc.
• KDDI Technology Corporation
• KDDI Research Institute Inc.
• KDDI Foundation

Network Construction Engineering:

• Kokusai Cable Ship Co.
• KDDI Engineering Corp.
• TEPCO Optical Network Engineering Inc.
• Kyocera Communication Systems

Commercial and Finance:

• KDDI Evolva Inc.
• KDDI Web communications.
• Jibun Bank Corporation.
• WebMoney Corporation.
• Au Insurance Company
• KDDI Matomete Office Corp.
• KDDI Open Innovation Fund.


Network Operations Centre

KDDI has a Pan-Global network that covers 92 countries designed to connect sites across the globe with a hybrid combination of low-cost wide-area Ethernet and IP-VPN network solutions.
KDDI's Ethernet service, rated the best in the Japanese market for the last six years in a row for security and cost-effectiveness, is now available internationally. 
KDDI began offering full-scale End-to-End international IP-VPN service in response to globalization of our customers’ businesses. This enabled customers with overseas subsidiaries to easily build full-mesh global networks simply by accessing KDDI’s Global IP-VPN network.

To monitor this, KDDI established and maintain Network Operations Centres (NOC) in its Telehouse sites to monitor the network infrastructure of customers ensuring their performance remains uninterrupted.      

End-to-end Solutions 


KDDI has now evolved to provide end-to-end solutions to its customers with focus on the delivery, reliability and security of mission-critical data.  With areas of service delivery in international networks, data centres, system integration, data security, virtualisation and cloud, KDDI can implement state-of-the-art ICT infrastructures for your business.    



Research and Development at KDDI 

KDDI heavily invest in research and development within the data communication field which include core networks, wireless technologies, network monitoring, cloud computing, green ICT technologies, data and network security, multimedia and social communication.  This expertise enables KDDI and Telehouse to not only share the vision and passion for innovation by our customers but also supports their product development.  
KDDI R&D Laboratories performs investigations, research and development, and provides consulting and other services on new information and communication technologies. Research and development is being conducted on world-leading telecommunication technologies in a wide range of fields including next-generation networking and super high-speed wireless transmission technology, security, applications, and FMBC, which will bring a convergence of fixed communications, mobile communications, and broadcasting.