The Keewatin-Patricia school district built quite an ambitious wireless network using gear from Redline: The network enables distance learning applications to students who are remotely located within a 27,394 square mile area. The specifics of this network are pretty amazing. One portion of the network features seven wireless links in a row reaching as far as 120 miles. The average bandwidth on the network is 48 Mbps. The district figures that if it hired the telco to build wired links to cover that distance and deliver that bandwidth, it would cost the district over $1 million per year. The Redline network cost $1 million and will cost about $120,000 to operate per year.