Let me take a few minutes to bring you up-to-date on recent orders and significant milestones we have achieved. We announced in January that we received an initial order for our ABTS, which is the Advanced Burn-in and Test Systems for our high-powered device burn-in system from a leading logic, analog and mixed signal semiconductor manufacturer. This is a major milestone for us at our company as we believe that they will purchase additional ABTS systems for both production and engineering burn-in requirements as they ramp capacity for new higher-powered wireless and mobile processors. The purchase signifies the successful completion of extensive qualification of the ABTS system performed at the customer site.

Also today, you'll see we announced 3 additional significant orders for us on the line. One order was for our ABTS from a leading test lab in Korea that focuses on reliability qualification and High Temperature Operating Life testing. Labs such as this one in Korea demand premium performance and reliability from their test and burn-in system to the duration of the test, which often lasts 6 weeks or longer. A typical HTOL or High Temp Operating Life test lasts 1,000 hours for a single lot of devices. This ABTS system features high-power logic device testing capability, using our dynamic individual temperature control and advanced test capabilities. The second order is a follow-on production order for our ABTS systems from a leading provider of embedded wireless technology. This order confirms that the burn-in and test process using the ABTS system is effective for this customer's wireless devices that are used in the automotive market, which requires that the ICs be qualified to operate extremely reliably in harsh environmental conditions.

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