New Leadership for Great Change at Coriant
Coriant has been a recognized company over the years mainly dealing with solutions on networking issues. These are based on the upcoming innovations that are really leading to a fast changing and growing market. The company has so far brought up services that are friendly to operators in terms of revenue generation.
Coriant was formed by the uniting of Nokia Siemens Networks, Tellabs and Sycamore Networks. As leading network operators, Coriant serves a vast line of customers. These include, financial institutions, content providers, cloud and data center operators, mobile and fixed line service providers, utility companies, large enterprises and even in government agencies.
Following a recent appointment in the company, Shaygan Kheradpir was appointed the Chief Executive Officer. Shaygan succeeded Mr. DiPietro who served as the former Coriant’s CEO. He stepped down for Shaygan considering his executive experience having worked with telecom and technology industries for over two decades.
Shaygan Kheradpir was born in London, brought up in Iran after which he later on flew to the United States where it is he attended school. He studied at Cornell University and got a PhD, masters and bachelors in engineering.
After graduation, Shaygan kick started his career at GTE Corporation where he was the Chief Information Officer. He also managed and controlled network routing. GTE later joined up with Bell Atlantic and this led to the formation of Verizon’s e-business division. Shaygan took up the presidency and worked for the diversification of telecommunication services greatly improving the operations in Verizon.
Shaygan later on served in other organizations, still in the field of financial and technology service industries . These include Barclays bank where he was the Chief Operating Officer. He also led as the president at Juniper networks. Prior to joining Coriant, Shaygan Kheradpir also worked with Coriant’s senior management team and he was an active member.
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