With that, I’ll turn the call to Gregg Lowe.Gregg Lowe Good afternoon and welcome to our second quarter earnings call. As most of you know, this is my first earnings call with Freescale. I'm excited to be here and very upbeat about the opportunities ahead of us. I’ll spend a couple of minutes highlighting our Q2 results, after which Alan will provide some additional commentary and insight into the financials. Following Alan’s comments, I’ll share some initial observations about Freescale, and then we’ll entertain questions. As expected coming into the quarter, our results improved on a sequential basis. Revenues grew 8% to $1.029 billion, gross margins increased 50 basis points to 42.8%, adjusted net earnings were $17 million and adjusted EPS was $0.07. Also during the quarter, Freescale hosted another very successful Technology Forum in San Antonio. We hosted more than 2,200 attendees over 10 days, including over a thousand customers, 400 partners and distributors, hundred university educators, and a hundred suppliers. During the event, more than 360 hours of in-depth and hands-on technical training sessions were completed. Many of you attended the event and saw first hand a number of innovative new products will be rolling out to customers in the coming months. With that, let me turn the call over to Alan. Alan Campbell Well, good afternoon and thank you again for joining today’s call. As I review the Q2 financial results in more detail, please note that I will be focusing on the results excluding the impact of certain one-time items and adjustments. We believe this to be a more meaningful representation of our ongoing financial performance. Please also note that the majority of the purchase price accounting adjustments are no longer material. Now looking in Q2 in more detail, revenues were $1.029 billion, representing a sequential increase of 8%. Sales declined by 16% compared to Q2 of last year. AISG product sales in Q2 were $568 million, 8% above the first quarter and 10% below Q2 of last year. Sales to both of our automotive and industrial markets grew sequentially. Year over year, revenues declined in both automotive and industrial given the strong demand following the earthquake in Japan in early 2011.