Shaygan Kheradpir is the new chief executive officer of Coriant, succeeding Mr. Pat DiPietro for the position. Mr. DiPietro stepped down because he and other executives had actively been looking for a new person with executive experience which they found in Mr. Shaygan Kheradpir. Coriant helps communications service providers and others who need network control systems to succeed as a business by implementing and helping monitor these systems. For example, customer service providers need to be able to pull a customer’s information in just a few seconds, or else that customer might not be happy. Coriant helps keep this wait time low, along with making the entire system easier to use.
Shaygan Kheradpir is originally from Iran, where he got his start. Mr. Kheradpir was urged by his father to move to the United States because many education opportunities were there, which he went through with. Shaygan must be very glad he did so, because he ended up earning three degrees in the study of electrical engineering, a discipline that is very hard to master.
Coriant has given nine of the top ten tier 1 customer service providing companies network systems of theirs to use, which have worked very well. No other company can compete with Coriant in regards to this sector. Coriant owns the rights to more than eighteen hundred patents that are technologically-related that are going to help Coriant in the future.
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Shaygan Kheradpir has worked at Verizon Communications, Barclays, and Juniper Networks, all of which are great players in the technological fields. Shaygan Kheradpir is truly one of the premier technological business executives in the United States, or around the world for that matter.