In addition to this, we had a number of highlights that I'd like to bring to your attention. First, Spansion, a leading NOR flash producer, continues to invest in upgrading their FOX-1 full wafer parallel testers and buying WaferPak contactors for new devices. On March 21, we announced booking over $2 million in orders for FOX-1 WaferPak contactors and system upgrades. Most importantly, with these recent WaferPak orders, Spansion is now returning to service most of their FOX-1 testers at TI's facility at Aizu, Japan and Fab 25 in Austin. Secondly, we were very, very pleased to report that we booked a new FOX-1 wafer-level burn-in customer. Today, we announced that a leading telecommunications company purchased a FOX-15 WaferPak cartridge to run for product qualifications on Vixel laser diodes. We expect additional WaferPak orders and a purchase of a FOX-15 system from this customer as a wafer-level burn-in process is qualified and the customer moves into production volumes.

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