Schley, Stewart
November 2006
Multichannel News;11/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 44, p30
The article focuses on Verizon Communications Inc.'s FiOS project, a month-long tutorial program for newly-hired and veteran employees concerning the transformation of old copper phone wires with the high-capacity optical fiber at the company's regional training centers in the U.S. Such program is designed to determine whether the employees have the skills needed to deal with the latest optical fiber networks and complicated home installations to prepare them to understand such applications.


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