Shaygan Kheradpir was recently hired as the CEO and Chairman of Coriant, a career 29 years in the making. Kheradpir most recently provided his services for Marlin Equity Partners, the primary financier of Coriant. Coriant’s board felt Shaygan would synergize well with the firm from familiarity with both Coriant and the study of electrical engineering.
Mr. Kheradpir attended high school in Iran and was fortunate enough to gain acceptance to Cornell University. He earned a doctorate degree in electrical engineering before entering the workforce at GTE Corporation. Bell Atlantic and GTE Corporation merged as Verizon in 2000, where Shaygan was initially appointed as CIO and EVP. Kheradpir implemented a success-spurring performance review cycle, oversaw to the development of FiOS, and sliced Verizon’s budget in half.
Kheradpir was invited to Barclays as COO/CTO, where he helped create Pingit. Shaygan also heavily contributed towards TRANSFORM, a layout that spread Barclays across 50 nations. Next, he found employment at Juniper Networks as CEO. Unsurprisingly, he created a new operating plan that encouraged the growth of cloud computing.
Today, Shaygan Kheradpir provides Coriant with relevant work experience and formal knowledge of electrical engineering. Coriant is by far the largest networking solutions provider in the world, lending help to companies is more than 100 countries. Coriant securely connects businesses and customers in both communications and transactions. Coriant extends network lifetime, simplifies service delivery, and lightens TDM migration with encrypted technologies.
Companies around the world trust Coriant with their networking needs. Shaygan Kheradpir brings unmatched leadership to the company with both work experience and formal study. Coriant provides networking products and services at competitive prices, unmatched speed, and with superior reliability. More than 500 companies rely on Coriant — why don’t you?