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From a financial perspective, as projected, we came in squarely on guidance with our revenue and profitability targets. We continue to run the business responsibly while investing in our expanded offer portfolio and our growth initiatives.This was evident in the dynamic where Q1 revenue declined apples-to-apples from Q4, primarily on the back of lower dial-up and minimum commitment revenues. But I’m pleased to say that we managed our operations to accommodate this and maintain our commitment. Taking a look at the team. Over the course of the quarter we also continued to build our bench strength by adding new entrepreneurial talent in key leadership positions throughout the company with a special emphasis on sales and marketing. On the network front, in partnership with Aircell we launched the new inflight Wi-Fi service as part of the iPass Global Network. Our customers can now sign up to have the inflight service added to their iPass contract and their employees can seamlessly access inflight internet on Aircell’s Gogo service throughout North America. So far, we’re very pleased with the usage we’re seeing and the general acceptance among our customer base of that service. We’re also excited to be the first roaming partner to get to market with this new capability and we’re looking forward to expanding our coverage to flights in Europe in the coming months. On the terrestrial side, we’ve broadened our overall network footprint with some nice expansion in Europe in the quarter and now cover more than 143,000 venues in 93 countries. We also broadened the range of devices that we support with the addition of Apple’s new iPad as well as adding support for a new embedded 3G platform. So, solid progress. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com