Shaygan Kheradpir and Coriant’s Hiring

Coriant hired Shaygan Kheradpir in September 2015 to serve as their chief executive officer. Mr. Pat DiPietro used to be the CEO at Coriant, but stepped down for Shaygan Kheradpir to assume his role because of the great things that Mr. Kheradpir could make happen and has made happen in the past.

Mr. Kheradpir has served on the Cornell University Engineering Council and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology advisory board, not to mention working for Barclays and Verizon Communications in executive capacities. Shaygan Kheradpir has a profound resume, which all started when he first went to college in the United States after leaving his home country of Iran to attend Cornell University. Mr. Shaygan Kheradpir majored in electrical engineering, a degree he earned three times, all the way up to a doctorate.

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Coriant has more than one hundred customers, all of which are important businesses that rely on Coriant’s networking solutions systems. Most of these companies are communications service providers, which are effectively customer service representatives that must have computers to pull information about customers quickly, or else those customers might want to take their business elsewhere.

Shaygan Kheradpir is one of the best executives of his kind. Many businesses have wanted to hire him because of the great decisions he has made, which is why Juniper Networks, GTE Laboratories, and Barclays all allowed Mr. Kheradpir a spot on their teams. Kheradpir’s education attained at Cornell University effectively served as a catalyst for Shaygan Kheradpir’s career, something that Shaygan Kheradpir would go back and complete time and time again.

Coriant has set many records and holds many patents, totaling more than fifteen hundred in total. One of the most prominent records that Coriant holds is a transmission capacity record facilitated by a hollow cord fiber at more than 55 terabytes per second.