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KDD

(Knowledge Discovery in Databases) An umbrella term for finding meaningful data in large databases. See data mining.
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KDDI last saw a net subscriber fall in July 2000, three months before the leading mobile services provider came into existence via the merger of KDD Corp., DDI Corp.
According to the suit, international carrier KDD Corp., which last October merged with two other firms to create KDDI, asked Chubun Sangyo in October 1994 to promote its phone service between Japan and China among Chinese residents in Japan.
The Japan portion was based on international carrier KDD Corp., which was merged in October 2000 into DDI Corp., better known as KDDI.
denied Tuesday a weekend newspaper report that DDI Corp., KDD Corp. and IDO Corp.
* Tokyo -- KDD Corp and nine other Asian telecommunications companies are to construct a pan-Asian undersea fibre optic network.
KDDI was created in October 2000 through the merger of DDI Corp., KDD Corp. and IDO Corp.
Global Crossing Ltd., a U.S.-based provider of global Internet and long-distance telecommunications services, announced Wednesday the signing of an agreement with the KDD Corp. group for capacity on the provider's state-of-the-art fiber-optic network.
The AIN, initiated two years ago, will link the Internet network of the Indonesia Satellite Corp., Japan's KDD Corp., Korea Telecom Corp., Telekom Malaysia Bhd., Philippines Long Distance Telephone Co., Singapore Telecommunications Ltd., Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecommunications Co., and the Communications Authority of Thailand (CAT), CAT officials said.
-- net profit of 8.60 billion yen and pretax profit of 30.96 billion yen on operating revenues of 858.85 billion yen -- before its merger with KDD Corp. and IDO Corp.
DDI, a telephone carrier formed through a merger Sunday of DDI Corp., KDD Corp. and IDO Corp., closed at 675,000 yen, down 35,000 yen from DDI's Friday's close.
International telecommunications operators in eight Asian economies, including Japan's KDD Corp., connected their Internet networks Thursday to make Web services more affordable in the region, industry officials said.
KDDI was formed last October through a merger of long-distance phone carrier DDI Corp., international carrier KDD Corp. and mobile phone operator IDO Corp.