We have a lot of new products that are coming out. We have XO2, which is new to us, as it about a year-ago or so. We expect that to actually begin to gain a lot of traction in the upcoming year, it’s got some good traction now. ECP3, we provided a couple of different what we call derivatives. At core ECP3, now we have high performance and low power and a very small form factor. And that form factor enables us to get into things like collision avoidance, and cameras and video for the automotive industry, because it’s significant. We have very low power, burn up some of the sensing technologies. There is no fans, and you can sit those devices in the Frontier Hood in Phoenix, Arizona. So there is lot of capabilities that we have in those particular applications.

We also did a big NuHo distribution relationship. If you remember, there is really Arrow and Avnet, and NuHo was number one on their line card for a lot of things and this is good for us. And then we acquired SiliconBlue, most of you know about that. That’s really focused on the low-end. Although, we are finding, it has a lot of capabilities in other markets and just the mobile FPGA market, which is good. It also provides us a scalable non-volatile memory, which nobody in the industry has below 65 nanometers, so that’s good for us. And we grew our revenue nicely in 2011, maybe not so nice this year. We’ll talk a little bit about that.

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