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Bob Reina: He’s Still The Same Kind Man

When people talk about others and they say that they are still the same, that can often be seen as a bad thing. It can imply that the person has not changed and they are still doing the same things they have always done. In the case of Bob Reina of Talk Fusion, it is the highest compliment. Over the nearly ten years of Talk Fusion, he has remained steadfast in his approach to the business and how he handles people. He has a humility about himself. He is not the type of person that is going to allow success to go to his head or change him in any way.

 

The only way change that happens is that it allows him to help more people because Talk Fusion, the video communications provider, is doing well. That is the only real change to be talked about here. It has allowed him to give his employees the chance to donate Talk Fusion to a charity of their choosing. As far as which charity they choose, that is completely up to them. Bob Reina is not the type of person to push his own agenda on them. He likes to let people be themselves and do what they think is right.

 

That is what Talk Fusion is all about when one really steps back and thinks about the product. It is about allowing people to feel comfortable in their own skin, thanks to the video newsletters, video conferences, video emails, and video chats. They can be themselves and live a life that is true to them. They don’t have to live their life for anyone but themselves. That is the most important thing. They have everything right there for them to take their life to the next level and fully enjoy all that it has to offer.

 

Bob Reina also is currently having Talk Fusion in a trial method, which allows customers to try it out for thirty days and see how they like it and see how they handle it. Once they get their hands on it and really use it, they will be blown away.

 

 

 

Shaygan Kheradpir’s Past Success Lead Coriant To New Horizons

Coriant, a telecommunications company, made the right decision by naming Shaygan Kheradpir CEO in 2014. Kheradpir has had a long standing career in the telecommunications field and even worked for the cellular mega company Verizon for almost ten years. Born in England Kheradpir moved to Iran with his father and spent his childhood there until he moved to the United States to finish his schooling. He attended Cornell University and graduated with a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree in electrical engineering. His landed his first job in 1987 with GTE and helped develop the first national network management platform. Afterwards he was promoted and moved to Dallas where he became the company’s CIO.

When GTE merged with Bell Atlantic in 2000 to create Verizon Communications Kheradpir became the head of the company’s e-division sector, and then he became the company’s very first CIO and CTO. During his time at Verizon he and his team developed and integrated many Verizon’s core operating systems, and the changes are still in use today. His former team created and launched FiOS which became an award winning fiber optic video initiative. Verizon’s FiOS became one of the infrastructure programs in the history of the country, and is now a whopping $12 million item.

Kheradpir initiated a thirty-day program that helped his team create, develop, test, modify, and implant different technical advancements. By working nights and over-time under Kheradpir’s leadership his team was able to improve Verizon’s core programs including their automated customer service. His team even managed to successfully integrate GTE and Bell Atlantic’s systems that were previously separate even after the companies merged together.

Kheradpir left Verizon in 2011 and joined Barclays, a global retail bank, as their Chief Operating Officer. After only two years he was promoted to Chief Technology Officer of the company. Amid his promotion he oversaw the digital integration of the bank including retail, business, credit cards, investment banking options, and wealth management. He left the position in 2014 for job back in the United States for Juniper Networks. He was named CEO and dispatched a cost-cutting plan and helped restructure the company.
While he was working for Juniper he had become part of Marlin Equity Partners and when Marlin created Coriant Kheradpir shifted over to become CEO of the new company. His past in telecommunications allowed Kheradpir to take over with ease and has been able to expand Coriant.

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Coriant is a Formidable Networking Partner for Network Operators Around the World

Coriant, a telecommunications firm founded in 2013, is a dynamic new player in the world of networking. Coriant develops cutting-edge and flexible network solutions for an increasingly cloud-based business environment. Coriant’s transport technologies allow network providers to simplify operations, maximize network utilization and robustness, and develop new services to cater to increased demand for video, mobile, cloud functionality. Coriant’s state-of-the-art technology is derived from Siemens Optical Networks, Tellabs, and Sycamore Networks.

With video, mobile, and cloud-computing accelerating at blistering rates across the globe, Coriant aims to assist network operators to capitalize on this sea change. As on-demand and data-heavy applications become more commonplace with rapid worldwide broadband adoption, network operators are challenged in ways that will determine their growth potential and viability as a provider. These challenges include managing increased and unexpected traffic fluctuations, providing services that are competitive and reliable, limiting costs and enhancing scalability to accommodate change, while meeting the demand for uninterrupted and high quality service.

Stepping up to this challenge means network operators will need a networking partner who has experience, expertise, and solutions to thrive in this space. No company is better positioned to help an organization make this next step than Coriant. Coriant boasts over 35 years of experience in optical networking, and has an impressive roster of network service providers, cloud-computing firms, and enterprises who they’ve helped maximize the value out of their transport networks, particularly as the data demands of users change.

Coriant’s end-to-end transport solutions provide the backbone for some of the largest Tier 1 networks. Coriant also offers an in-depth solutions catalogue pertaining to diverse networking applications including long-haul transport, Fixed Mobile Convergence, Data Center Interconnect (DCI), and more. Coriant’s network technologies enable synchronization for LTE and 5G, hybrid switching, enhanced power efficiency for DCI applications, dynamic optical layer efficiency and scalability.

Coriant’s CEO is Shaygan Keradpir. Shaygan earned his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and held executive positions at major technology companies before joining Coriant. He is a proven leader with extensive experience in the field of telecommunications.

Shaygan is crucial to Coriant’s growth as a solutions provider for high-demand operators. His vision is for Coriant to be at the forefront in assisting the transition of global networks to data-intensive, face-paced content delivery. With 28 years of accrued insight and experience across disciplines there is no individual more primed to take on this challenge.

Coriant Looks To Increase Profits With Shaygan Kheadpir

The technology and optical networking brand Coriant has recently been undergoing a major company review as it seeks out the best ways of maximizing its profits for the future. Technology industry veteran Shaygan Kheradpir has been at the forefront of the review after being employed by the parent company of Coriant, Marlin Equity Partners, which has resulted in the former Verizon executive taking up the role of CEO with Coriant.

Shaygan Kheradpir initially arrived at Coriant to act as a consultant tasked with the job of finding areas where profits were not being generated to their maximum level. Kheradpir has gained a reputation for being something of an expert in finding areas where costs can be cut and profits improved; this reputation began with his first role as an executive with GTE Labs and Verizon, where the Cornell University graduate found new ways for cutting information technology costs to a level far below those seen as the standard for the industry.

Following the success Shaygan Kheradpir saw at Verizon he made the move to a new industry when he joined the board of the financial giant Barclay’s, becoming the first technology based executive to do so. Shaygan Kheradpir went on to become an important individual in the life of Barclay’s where he was responsible for the development of the Pingit mobile payments software that forms the basis of many similar products offered by other financial institutions.

As the market for optical transmission equipment and software for the mobile voice, text, and data industry continues to grow Coriant has been looking to develop new products in fiber optic cables that will position them even more strongly in the industry.

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