In September of last year, Shargan Kheradpir was brought in as a new Chairman of the Board and CEO of Coriant. This position at Coriant is perfect for Shaygan, as a distinguished electrical engineer with extraordinary skills when it comes to technology. Optical transmissions and transport as well as DCI and Data Center applications are just the start of data operation upgrades. By using the software at Coriant developed to fix common problems, the Mobile Networks and operators will soar in efficiency.
Shaygan Kheradpir has assisted with the development and design of communication systems and software as well as created electrical devices for different companies and their clients. At the top of the list showcasing his skills is market strategist, finance planning, team builder for top projects, and leadership insight.
Kheradpir is an inspirational person that shows what hard work and dedication to education brings with some time and effort, which is a substantial amount of success. Shaygan received his Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate in Electrical Engineering in the course of 8 years from Cornell University.
During the first decade of the 21st century, Shaygan was working at Verizon. He became the first Chief Information Officer and was president of the online business sector. He biggest responsibility was to select and apply the appropriate technologies for the company to protect sensitive client information. Through his input, the company was able to expand and update their services and operations.
By the time Kheradpir joined the prestigious Barclays as Chief Operating Officer in 2011, he was already an experienced executive. In just 2 years he also became the Chief Technology Officer and was assisting with the creation of Pingit mobile, a payment software.
In January 2014, Shaygan joined the team behind Junper Networks as CEO, up until the end of the year. Shaygan was in charge of executing the initiative known as the Integrated Operating Plan for the company. His strategy managed to restructure Juniper’s finances and trim over $160 million in expenses.
Kheradpir has many accomplishments outside of his executive positions at high end companies. Shaygan’s involvement with Coriant is shaping up to be another success, which is not surprising given the decades of experiences he has.