The top networking infrastructure support company, Coriant, has upgraded their executive team with new CEO Shaygan Kheradpir. He has a serious agenda planned to bring all Coriant’s client companies up to 21st century technologies. They value him so much they also made him their board chairman. He has a way to translate the billions of dollars Coriant makes in service contracts into much more business. The latest technologies will bring their legacy systems up to modern standards of performance and reliability. In the demanding big data world of today, every company that Coriant works with is able to keep up with the latest changes and advancements in technology. This is especially true in the area of cloud computing networks.
Coriant’s clients are in over 100 countries and in every kind of organization, such as e-commerce, industrial manufacturers, government agencies, and retail businesses. Kheradpir knows how much better cloud systems and high-speed Packet-Optical Transport Systems (POTS) will be for the needs of their clients. Not only are these systems more reliable because of multiple redundancies, they also provide the data throughput required for increasing numbers of users.
For over 35 years of systems integration and maintenance experience. They work diligently to keep their clients successfully updated so their information processing stays on a competitive basis. These systems also bring real reductions in operating costs. They implement many solutions with products from the best providers, such as Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), Sycamore Networks, and Tellabs. The variety of applications their clients cover include clouds, web content, fixed-line systems, and a large number of Communications Service Providers (CSPs).
He also obtained a Masters degree and a Ph.D. Kheradpir served on the Advisory Board at the university’s Engineering Council as well as the Board of Directors for the National Institute of Standards & Technology.
He spent 28 years developing his executive management chops working for GTE, Verizon, and Juniper Networks. At Marlin Equity Partners he was an Operating Partner. At all of them he focused his expertise in computer technologies and telecommunications investing.