The latest position Shaygan Kheradpir has taken up sees the many years of business experience he has created in more than 30 years as a technology executive. After leaving Cornell University the London born Kheradpir looked to change the way the wireless technology industry operated in creating new technologies. Kheradpir changed the culture of the research and development department of GTE Labs by breaking up the professionals in the department into smaller groups using 30 day deadlines to complete their specific projects for the future. This change in culture saw faster research results and lowered research costs for the company as a whole.
The skills of Shaygan Kheradpir as a research developer are undoubtedly a draw for the owners of Coriant who are hoping he can lead them to success in the coming era of 4G and 5 G technologies. Kheradpir has been an innovator for every company he has worked for, including the financial giant Barclays; during his career as a technology executive at Barclays the executive led the company to many advances, including the networking of locations around the world to allow access to company information around the clock.
Shaygan Kheradpir is looking to change the way the world of internet networking is completed, including allowing the development of new technologies to add to the thousands of patents held by the company. Kheradpir has already completed a thorough review of the work of Coriant in his role as an adviser to Marlin Equity Partners; the development of the company has led to Kheradpir arriving in a bid to maximize profits and produce more developments for this growing industry. Coriant has already made an impact in just a few short years since being spun out of the Seimens organization. Fierce Telecom reports clients span more than 100 countries, but also include nine of the top ten technology based companies in the U.S. to show just how quickly Coriant has grown into a major technology giant.