A giant in the field of networking, Coriant emerged on the technology map of the world in 2013 to bring new heights to the telecommunications industry. So far, Coriant has been highly successful in the provision of efficient cloud connection systems, optical transmission systems and has even come up with a revolutionary backhaul system that is just another addition to the router service it provides. Initially under NSN, Coriant soon detached itself from Nokia and announced its independence, but not before absorbing the experience worth 35 years into its core. Soon afterwards, Sycamore merged with Coriant and later, Tellabs followed suit.
In 2013, when Coriant was formed, the corporation attracted the attention of Shaygan Kheradpir, the businessman who had started his career in 1987 and was already cruising through titans like GTE laboratories and Verizon. Kheradpir holds a Ph.D. degree from Cornell University. This, combined with his fortune of belonging to a professionally minded family (His father was a doctor), enabled him to toil hard in his field and bring about innovative ideas with confidence and passion. He will always be remembered at Verizon for infusing the spirit of competition among the employees themselves, asking them to present new ideas every month and work in groups to make their ideas a reality.
While working at GTE, Kheradpir reached the position of the CIO and was critically acclaimed at the Wall Street. After Verizon, he worked at Barclays and again managed to bag the CIO position there. The Hall of Fame announced by the CIO Magazine chose him in 2007. In 2014, he also became the CEO of the Juniper Networks. With a career as chock full of experience as that of Kheradpir, it is no wonder that Coriant has made a name for itself under his leadership.
Coriant has been making breakthrough developments. On the 15th of March, the company announced a data transmission system of a 100 GB per second speed that is not affected by lightening and even tested it under an artificial lightning. Coriant also occupied a central position at the OFC this year, where it announced its innovations in the transmissions using optical systems. The company is known for creating interfaces that are friendly for users and the beneficial utilization of the available resources to do so. With a progress of this sort, Coriant is expected to continue to amaze the world with its innovations.
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