Meet Shaygan Kheradpir, CEO and Chairman Of The Board of Coriant

Coriant is an industry leader and supplier of networking systems and solutions, with clients in more than 100 countries globally. Coriant’s approach to providing essential networking solutions enables their clients to simplify their operations, improve their resources, and generate the much needed capability to stay ahead of consumer demands for cutting edge networking solutions and applications.

Shaygan Kheradpir is the new CEO and Chairman Of The Board of Coriant. As Mr. Kheradpir takes over the lead position at Coriant, he brings with him the benefit of his 28 years of exceptional success in the technology and telecommunications fields and in the financial services sector. He is focused on leading the way for new client growth and driven to find the kinds of value-centric solutions Coriant clients want and need the most. From his career beginnings at GTE Corporation to his insights and contributions to help improve efficiency and modernize operations at Verizon, Barclay’s, Juniper Networks, and Marlin Equity Partners, Mr. Kheradpir has acquired the vast array of skills, knowledge, and experience needed to distinguish Coriant as the industry’s premier leader in creating innovative networking solutions for their clients.

Mr. Kheradpir was born in London. He grew up in Iran as the son of a prominent ENT physician. He later moved to the U.S. to attend Cornell University, graduating with multiple degrees in the field of Engineering. He is a member of the Engineering Council at Cornell University. Mr. Kheradpir also holds several patents related to the fields of telecommunications and media. His education and years of industry experience, combined with his drive and determination to successfully lead Coriant, and provide its clients with top notch service and solutions, are a large part of the formula for continuing global success at Coriant. Coriant, with Shaygan Kheradpir at the helm, is positioned to lead their clients, their sales partners, and the industry, into an exciting and successful future.

Released Town Residential Analysis Of The NYC Real Estate Market

Town Residential is a known big wig in the NYC real estate on townrealestate market. It is one of the most successful companies in the real estate market of New York City. Town Residential is highly knowledgeable of the United States real estate market especially New York City. It has a team of highly professional staff with vast experience in real estate market. This is the main reason why Town Residential has managed to rise so fast on the top of New York real estate market.

Town Residential has recently released a real estate market analysis for the fourth quarter of 2015. One thing about the American real estate market is that the prices have been rising over the years, and that does no seem to be changing anytime soon. This increase in real estate market prices is also seen in the fourth quarter of 2015. The rise is spread in all parameters of the real estate market. From the prices of land, land rates, the cost of building and building materials, the cost of interior finishing and the overall cost of renting or buying a real estate product. This rise has lead to fall of some real estate firms and stagnation of some real estate developments.

But this rise has not prevented people from accruing some really expensive pieces of real estate. New York city in itself has witnessed some of the biggest sales in real estates in the fourth quarter of 2015. Perhaps it is due to most of the clients rush to try and start a new year in a new house or maybe to meet their 2015 resolution which was to own a piece of real estates. Billionaires have not been left behind this fourth quarter. Economy swinging purchases of the real estate establishment have also been seen forward by billionaires in New York. From penthouses to city houses billionaires have left their mark.

An average of estimated 5.5% rise in real estate prices has been witnessed in the fourth quarter of 2015 in comparison to the same period in 2014. Manhattan is the worst hit by this rise in real estate prices. Condos in Manhattan have had media sales price increase of nearly 20% in the fourth quarter of 2015 compared to the previous years. The price per square foot of space rose from 7.6% in the 3rd quarter of 2015 to 11% in the fourth quarter. Co-ops in Manhattan had a 4.6% increase in price from the 3rd quarter and 6.4% from the previous years.

From this analysis, you can see that each year real estate prices keep rising. So the faster you get yours the better.

Bruce and Karen Levenson’s Donations Foster Innovations in Charity Studies at Maryland U

The University of Maryland has come to be known, in recent years, for it’s outstanding charity programs, all of which were made possible by Bruce and Karen Levenson. In 2010 and in the years following the Levenson’s donated a total of 5.6 million dollars to create the Maryland Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Maryland University. The organization is aimed at allowing students to participate in programs that will allow them to be properly trained in hands on, non-profit activities which will eventually lead to full time charity employment in the future. Contrary to popular opinion, charity works actually pays quite well as is evidenced by the newest addition to the Center’s broad range of programs, The Do Good Challenge. The Challenge, currently being run for the fourth consecutive year, is designed to encourage students to be as innovative and impactful in pursuing their favorite social causes. The student who makes the biggest impact and most successfully rallies for their cause will be granted the monumental prize of 20,000 dollars which rather turns the tables on the old adage that “nice guys finish last.” The goal of the relatively new Center, as described by Mr. Levenson of UCG himself, is two pronged. Firstly, it’s aimed at giving it’s students (of which there are now over a thousand) the necessary experience to gain a foothold in the non-profit sector once they graduate and secondly, to foster a genuine philanthropic spirit to ensure that all students approach their work in the most morally outstanding way possible.