Coriant is a leading technology company in the supply of SDN-enabled end-to-end packet optical solutions. It works using technology that it derives from Sycamore Networks and Siemens Optical Networks. The company has been in operation since 2013 while in collaboration with Nokia Siemens Systems. Later on, it became independent from Nokia Siemens Networks under Marlin Equity Partners. Marlin Equity Partners went ahead to acquire Sycamore Networks to help them gain access to Coriant America along with Tellabs.
The main product line includes both the software and the hardware for the use in optical transmission when installing the backbone network of data, voice, and mobile networks.
The main products include integrated optical planning solutions, MSPP Solutions, Edge Routing solutions, TDM-Cross Connect solutions, Intelligent Network Management, Optical LAN, and Broadband Access.
Most of the solutions are hiT7300 products for the optical multiplexing over the standard optical cables, network management solutions, and hiT 7100 that enable electrical cross connection in the optical paths. The firm also provides several software tools for network planning and interconnection.
With the rise of the cloud connectivity, the firm also provides Data Center Interconnect solutions that enable high speed, and secure bandwidth for the use in cloud applications. It also has DCI WAN solutions for futuristic wide area cloud connectivity for the companies.
Coriant boasts of advanced solutions for the use in several kinds of enterprises including the defense forces, government agencies, banking and finance organizations, network service providers as well as research firms. Here are some of the basic qualities of their solutions.
• High speed data connectivity for data center connections and cloud connectivity
• Best in class connectivity solutions
• Maximum optical transmission in the metro area, long hauls interconnectivity and regional connectivity solutions.
The success of Coriant as an organization has been mostly due to advanced solutions, innovation, and good leadership. Recently the outgoing team handed over the mantle to the new CEO Shaygan Kheradpir to run the company. The CEO has wide experience in both the technology and running blue chip companies. He holds a doctorates degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University, where he too both the undergraduate and the masters in the same field.
Before taking up the job at Coriant, Kheradpir held executive solutions in a number of industries that include Juniper Networks, GTE, Verizon, and the Barclays. With the experience and the competency in electrical and information technology fields, it is expected that he will lead Coriant to higher levels of revenue growth, expansion, and innovation.