Jason Hope has been a believer in the Internet of Things. For years, Jason has been a great pundit on the latest technological trends. According to Jason, the Internet of Things is the biggest wave of advancement that has hit the technology sector. The Internet of Things is a connected technology that allows several devices to synchronize with each other.
These devices include those used in daily life such as; street lights, kitchen appliances, electronic devices, and cars, and connecting them will increase their efficiency. The futurist believes that we are already living in the future as the Internet of Things is already here. This technology allows these devices to connect using the same network and share data increasing the efficiency as well as reducing waste.
The famous futurist believes that this technology has the potential to completely change the way enterprises operate and can be the single largest technological advancement in the future of tech industry. Soon world greatest firms will adopt the Internet of Things putting pressure on other companies to assimilate it so as to keep up with their pace.
Investment in Anti-Aging
The mobile technology entrepreneur donated $500,000 to SENs Foundation. The donation was purposed to support SENs in research on rejuvenation biotechnologies with a mission to fight age-related diseases such as diabetes and atherosclerosis. According to Hope, biotechnology advances is important for the future, and he wishes to help the foundation yield results faster for all humans.
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About Jason Hope
Jason Hope is an Arizona-based futurist, entrepreneur, philanthropist and investor. He is famously known for his passion for technology and charity work. Hope grew up in Tempe and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance and later earned his master’s from the Arizona State University. He is well endowed with skills in business strategy, business development, and start-ups. Currently, he is an entrepreneur in the Mobile Technology industry.
Coriant, the Nokia Siemens offshoot that is now a subsidiary of Marlin Equity Partners, has aggressively made an impact in the telecommunications industry since being founded in 2013. The company is a major contributor to the commercial expansion of hardware products and software programs for the transmission of multimedia, data, voice and mobile packets over optic cable lines. As Coriant rapidly surges on the global market, it is demonstrating its intent to be a major player by hiring Shaygan Kheradpir as its new Chief Operating Officer and Chairman of the Board.
Kheradpir has been working with the senior management staff at Marlin Equity Partners as an operating partner prior to accepting the executive position at Coriant. Shaygan has elected to become the company’s CEO to propel the growth of Coriant while simultaneously focusing on meeting consumer objectives in a high-demand, digital world.
Kheradpir has an impressive resume for growing IT companies as a former executive for GTE Laboratories, Barclays, Juniper Networks and Verizon Communications. At Verizon Communications, Kheradpir held the positions of Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer and president of the e-business division. He has been heralded by the business and IT industry for successfully growing IT departments, streamlining costs and for introducing innovative technologies to the consumer market. For example, Kheradpir spearheaded the deployment of Verizon’s FiOS systems.
Kheradpir is a graduate of Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree in electrical engineering. During his early days at GTE Laboratories Kheradpir exhibited an advanced skill-set as an engineer, and he quickly moved up the ranks to become a managing leader for engineering teams.
By hiring Kheradpir, Coriant has inherited great value with his 28 years of experience. He has a talent for making business systems more efficient by merging the objectives of IT departments with the goals of a corporation’s business strategy.
The alliance between Coriant and Kheradpir is expected to advance the growth of Coriant’s participation in the cloud framework, meeting the demand for large volumes of data for end-user applications, helping mobile systems evolve from 4G to 5G and much more. Kheradpir’s knowledge and experience is certain to foster a stronger bond between Coriant’s affiliates which are spread across the globe in over 100 countries, which include government agencies, cloud providers and Tier 1 Communications Service Providers.