Newly appointed CEO and Board Chairmen, Shaygan Kheradpir, has taken the the stage at Coriant. During his time working at Marlin Equity Partners as operating partner, he was working closely with Coriant’s management team making good impressions and building a partnership. Currently, Coriant is working with network providers across the globe. Shaygan’s reputable history shows his ability and that he will be capable of expanding Coriant even Further. His new position at Coriant is part of a strategy to increase the company’s awareness in the market and advance their technical solutions.
When it comes to voice networks and optical transmissions, Coriant is a leading supplier. Customers from around the world look to Coriant for software and hardware for their networks. Utility firms, mobile service suppliers, government agencies, and other institutions are backed by Coriant. The overall goal of the optical transmissions offered by Coriant are to improve communications, specifically to ease the process and provide more control over the network to the clients, all at lower costs.
Coriant was originally part of Nokia Siemens Network, but separated from the company in 2013. Since then, the firm has built headquarters in both Germany and the USA. In this short time, Coriant was able to recruit over 3000 employees that work with clients in over 100 countries internationally. The company’s quick success is largely due to the hard work by the dedicated management that started the company off.
Coriant is pleased to have Shaygan and his 28 years of expertise in the industry. Throughout his career, Shaygan has worked as a top executive for respectable companies like Verizon, Barclays, and GTE. After his upbringing in Iran, he moved to the United States and studied at Cornell University, where he earned his doctorate in electrical engineering. Starting back in 1987, Shaygan began by doing networking and management at GTE and not too long after, CEO. Wherever Shaygan has gone, he has managed to bring innovative ideas and new possibilities.