Netflix exec rails against Canada's broadband caps; Gillette Stadium wired with WiFi

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> A new study reveals that rural hospitals can use telepharmacy to review orders when a pharmacist is unavailable. Article

> Comcast is offering Signature Support services for its small business customers. Article

> Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots, has been wired for WiFi. Article

> Atlantic Tele-Network's President and CEO, Michael T. Prior, and CFO, Justin D. Benincasa, will speak at the Imperial Capital Global Opportunities Conference in New York City on Sept. 20. Release

> Broadview Networks secured a spot on InformationWeek's 500 List. Release

And finally… The cable industry should rebrand itself as the broadband industry. Article

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