So where we are focusing? I mean, we're often asked these questions like, Well, what markets are you focused on? And it's always this kind of insinuating that we need to go off and do something else. Quite frankly, we're doing a lot of things. We actually focus on the same exact markets that we're in today. We're not looking to expand that, we're actually looking to grow within that. And you're going to hear a lot about that, how we intend to grow the silicon on that board.

What technologies are we focused on? I mean, we are an RF Analog Mixed Signal company. We look to -- we're not looking to change that dramatically. And again, you're going to hear more about this. Now absolutely, are we going to extend these technologies? Are we going to get better? Are we going to recommit? Are we going to integrate more? Are we going to add some compound semiconductor technologies? Absolutely. We're going to do all of that.

So how do we accelerate growth? So I'm going to have Paul Pickle -- Paul is a superstar within our organization, he actually has a responsibility for all of our IC divisions. So our Analog Mixed Signal Group, our SoC or FPGA group. And he also has responsibility for timing, voice and medical products for Microsemi. As you can tell, very broad shareholders. We keep piling more and more on him, and he keeps taking it and executing, I mean, just flawlessly. So Paul will walk you through the details on how we're going to drive this growth,

Paul Pickle

So next time, I get to do your intro. Okay. So as Steve mentioned, 2 years ago, we reset the bar, set our sights on $3 billion. Up until that point, our efforts were largely centered on developing the scale that was necessary to give us the leverage that we needed in the marketplace, as well as developing strong operating models. So going forward, the real question becomes how do we accelerate growth, keeping our sights on that $3 billion revenue while strengthening the operator model as well.

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