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I will now turn the call over to Thorsten.Thorsten Gerhard Heins Thank you, Paul, and thank you all for joining the call today. I've been the CEO of RIM for just over 10 weeks now, and my main focus during this time has been to meet RIM and listen to RIM's many stakeholders, including customers, partners, developers, carriers, shareholders and employees. And I undertook an extensive review of RIM's business to evaluate where we are today. In my discussions with our carrier partners, they expressed a strong desire to continue with BlackBerry as a significant partner. However, there's still a lot of work to be done on RIM's side to satisfy all the customer needs out there. Since I last spoke to you back in January, I undertook a comprehensive internal review to assess the state of RIM's business. I did my own reality check on where the entire company really is. I think as the benefit of going through this process from the vantage point of CEO, it is now very clear to me that substantial change is what RIM needs. I am focused on creating long-term value for this company, and I'm committed to do whatever it takes to deliver on that commitment. Let me outline a few of the more immediate things that we are doing. We plan to refocus on the enterprise business and capitalize on our leading position in this segment. We were delayed to the bring-your-own-device movement and we saw a significant slowing down in our enterprise subscriber growth rate as a result. I am committed with my team to reclaiming lost market share in this space. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com