Securus has managed to set up the best calling app for people in prison, and I am very happy that I am using it to check in on my friend. I am really the only person who is still checking on him, and I know for a fact that I will not have to worry again abut this when I am trying to get in touch with him. Securus has an app that I can use to call, and I have gotten a couple of our other friends to use the app so that they can check on him, too. It has been very helpful, and it has been something that has made it easier for us to stay in touch.
The Securus app allows me to pick the person that I am going to talk to, and then it does the connection to the jail for me. It really is one of the easiest things that people have ever been able to do to keep in touch with others, and I am very excited to be sharing it with people as I make calls to my friends. I can see them when I want to, and I will know if they are actually doing well or not. It is really important for me to know if they are doing well, and it helps that I can see them.
I have gotten used to just pressing one button on the app to get results, and I have been able to use the app to talk to him when I need to. The app is so much faster than using the computer, and it allows me to make calls when I need to. It would just make a lot more sense for us to keep on the Securus video calls because they are simple.
The debate on the removal of the penny is getting to be an active debate. The interview with Philip Diehl that aired on Retail Menot has dealt with the topic on the elimination of the penny. People on both sides do make a convincing argument about the issue about US Money Reserve.
There is the concern that the lack of a penny is going to result in the rising of prices. However, there is the idea that eliminating the penny is going to save the government a lot of money. One would think that would allow companies to reduce their prices.
There is one point that people opposing the elimination of the penny make. They point out that while the penny costs a lot more than its worth to make, the nickel is also more costly to produce.
They suggest that if the government removes the penny from the press that they might as well remove the nickel from the mints in order to save more money. However, Glass Door states that the nickel is different from the penny. There is hope for the nickel. The penny has longed outlived its worth according to Philip Diehl. There are still things that could be done with the nickel.
It is true that it has gotten tot the point that the penny is losing its value. At this point, it is no surprise that they are looking elimination of the penny as a way to save money.
No matter how anyone looks at the issue, the penny has become too costly to produce. The fact that most products cost way too much to pay for with pennies has also presented a compelling point in favor of removing the penny from the mint. As to the consequences of taking such action, that remains yet to be seen.
March 2013 heralded the start of a new enterprise under the moniker of Coriant, headed by CEO Shaygan Kheradpir. Announced by OFC/NFOEC, Coriant became independent from Nokia Siemens Networks owned by Marlin Equity Partners within the same year. A merger with Sycamore facilitated this transaction. In the past, Marlin Equity put forth plans to join Tellabs with Coriant to operate under the Coriant name. In addition to developing software and hardware for telecommunications operations, the company also work with providers to innovate their services and products.
Coriant sells specialized equipment and software for optical transmission operating within a network of data, voice, and mobile networks. Main products have included hiT 7300 for optical multiplexing DWDM over fiber optic cables, hiT 7100 for electrical cross connection of optical paths and hiT 70xx multi-privisioning devices. Software products include Transnet/Transconnect, TNMS, both network management protocols. The company has also been an innovative player within optical transmission markets with products developed in-house. Coriant Pluggable Optical Layer, and Coriant Cloudwave Optics are among more recent projects that the company have developed.
Before heading Coriant, he held executive positions with Verizon, Barclays, GTE and Juniper Networks. In each position he has been involved with product development and cost adjustment initiatives. As CEO of Coriant, he brings a depth of knowledge and experience to the daily operations and annual developments of the company. Kheradpir obtained his bachelorate, master’s and doctoral degree in electrical engineering from Cornell University.
Kheradpir was also employed with private equity firm, Marlin Equity Partners, a noted company involved with the creation of Coriant. He had taken this position from Pat DiPietro, who is now vice chairman of Coriant. In addition to his activities with Coriant Kheradpir is also very involved in learning about new technological trends and markets. Kheradpir sat on the board of the United States National Institute of Standards and Technology (also known as the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology) from 2010 to 2013. In addition to his involvement with this board he served on the Advisory Board of the YMCA of Greater New York from 2007 to 2010. He is also a member of the Cornell University Engineering Council. He continues to oversee Coriant and it’s operations in 2015.
Coriant is a telecommunication company with its headquarters in Munich, Germany and Naperville, USA. The company also operates several R&D centers of excellence in US, Europe and Asia. Coriant was founded in 2013 as an independent company from Nokia Siemens, but under the Marlin Equity Partners ownership. Over the years, Coriant has built a reputation for staying at the forefront of supplying highly innovative networking solutions to leading telecommunication operators in more than 100 countries around the world. The telecommunication company is also focused on selling optical transmission software and hardware for transferring data and voice across various networks.
The huge base of Coriant clients includes large enterprises, government agencies, content service providers, cloud providers, fixed line and mobile service providers and electric utility companies. Today, Coriant boasts over 35 years experience in the networking industry. The products and solutions sold by Coriant include Packet Optical Transportation Solutions, Edge Routing Solutions and MPPS Solutions among others. The Packet Optical Transportation Solutions include 7610 Service Edge Platform, hiT 7300 Multi-Haul Transportation Systems and 7100 Packet Optical Transportation Platform. The mainstream management and planning software solutions provided by Coriant include network planning Transnet and networking management (TNMS) products.
In terms of leadership, the board of directors at Coriant includes season executives and entrepreneurs such as Robert Leggett, Robb Warwick, Herbert Merz and Doug Bayered. Shaygan Kheradpir is the current CEO of the company. The Cornell University graduate, holds a doctorate, master’s and bachelor’s degree in Electrical engineering. Kheradpir also remains a member of the Engineering Council of Cornell University. Prior to taking over as CEO of Coriant, Kheradpir held various executive positions at Verizon, Juniper Networks, Barclays and GTE. He began his career in the telecommunications industry at GTE in 1987. During his tenure at GTE, Kheradpir worked on network routing and management.
Kheradpir was very instrumental in structuring and expanding Verizon’s diversification efforts and automation program. He moved to Barclay’s in 2011 to become the COO of the bank’s Global Retail & Business Bank. Kheradpir was appointed the CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Coriant in recognition of his efforts as a global business and technology leader. His main objectives at Coriant are to drive growth and strengthen the company’s existing end-user solutions.