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Title: Biglobe  
Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia
Language: English
Subject: NEC Corporation, NEC Cup (China), NEC Corporation of America, NEC Shun-Ei, Japan Aviation Electronics
Collection: Internet Service Providers of Japan, Nec Subsidiaries
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Type Kabushiki gaisha
Industry Information and communication industry
Founded July 3, 2006
Headquarters Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan
Key people Saburo Takizawa, General Manager
Revenue 104 billion yen
Employees 500
Website Biglobe.Co.Jp

BIGLOBE (ビッグローブ) (combination of the words "big" and "globe") is one of the leading internet service providers in Japan, operated by NEC BIGLOBE, Ltd.,[1] a 2006 spin-off from NEC.[2]


  1. ^ "Google Press Release: NEC Selects Google to Provide Search Services on Japan's Leading BIGLOBE Portal Site".  
  2. ^ Seki, Yasuhiko (2006-03-28). "Japan's NEC sets spin-off of Biglobe Internet unit for July 1".  
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