By Christopher Cole (April 18, 2019, 6:52 PM EDT) -- The U.S. can accelerate the transition to 5G high-speed mobile networks through dedicated job training, particularly in the wireless infrastructure field, Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr said Thursday while touring a model program in South Carolina.
Carr visited the Tower Installation Program at Aiken Technical College, which provides practical and classroom training to help workers to find jobs as tower climbers, the FCC said.
As the country competes against other industrialized nations to build out crucial 5G infrastructure and keep pace with mushrooming global appetites for high-speed internet — and President Donald Trump recently pushing more rapid high-speed deployment in rural...
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