Rami Rahim is Chief Executive Officer of Juniper Networks and a member of the company’s Board of Directors. Rahim was appointed CEO in November 2014. Rami Rahim began his Juniper career in early 1997, as employee No. 32, and worked as an engineer on Juniper’s first breakthrough product, the M40 core router. Rahim has progressed through a series of technical and leadership roles at Juniper, applying his engineering acumen to the design and development of Juniper’s industry-leading product portfolio.
He most recently served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Juniper Development and Innovation (JDI) organization, overseeing the company’s entire product and technology portfolio. His responsibilities included driving strategy, development and business growth for routing, switching, security, silicon technology, and the Junos operating system.
Other leadership positions held over the years include: Executive Vice President and General Manager of Platform Systems Division for routing and switching, Senior Vice President of the Edge and Aggregation Business Unit (EABU), and Vice President and General Manager of EABU.
Rahim earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto and a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University. He completed an intensive six-week executive program at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Rahim holds 20 U.S. Patents in networking technologies and is a member of IEEE.
Rahim was born in Beirut, Lebanon and raised in Toronto, Canada. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto, where he also delivered the commencement speech to the Applied Science and Engineering class of 2016. He holds a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
After earning his undergraduate degree, Rahim then worked for a year at Ontario, Canada-based ATI Technologies, which developed graphics processors. In 1997, after completing his MS at Stanford, he was hired as employee No. 32 at Juniper Networks as a hardware engineer. He was a part of the team that built the M40 core router that first shipped in 1998 and was the first of its kind capable of scaling to meet Internet demands at the time. Rahim held subsequent engineering and product management roles at Juniper and was a part of the team that built the Juniper MX-Series. He also held various leadership roles at Juniper, including Executive Vice President and General Manager of Juniper Development and Innovation responsible for all routing, switching, and security products, EVP and GM of Platform Systems Division, and SVP and GM of the Edge and Aggregation Business Unit.
Rahim became CEO of Juniper Networks in November 2014 after then-CEO Shaygan Kheradpir resigned from Juniper due to a disagreement with the board during a customer negotiation.
Rahim holds 17 patents in networking technologies.
Salary of Rami Rahim:
As the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Juniper Networks Inc, the total compensation of Rami Rahim at Juniper Networks Inc is $11,129,900. There are no executives at Juniper Networks Inc getting paid more.
Rami Rahim Net Worth:
The estimated Net Worth of Rami Rahim is at least $45.1 Million dollars as of 3 November 2021. Mr. Rahim owns over 16,665 units of Juniper Networks Inc stock worth over $24,403,442 and over the last 9 years he sold JNPR stock worth over $9,518,617. In addition, he makes $11,129,900 as Chief Executive Officer and Director at Juniper Networks Inc.
About Juniper Networks:
Juniper Networks, Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. The company develops and markets networking products, including routers, switches, network management software, network security products, and software-defined networking technology.
Juniper Networks challenges the inherent complexity that comes with networking in the multicloud era. We do this with products, solutions and services that transform the way people connect, work and live. We simplify the process of transitioning to a secure and automated multicloud environment to enable secure, AI-driven networks that connect the world.