Mark: The drivers for growth in the infrastructure market are clearly all stemming from the increased use of video and just all the bandwidth requirements that is sort of driving up both the server capacity as well as the storage capacity and networking capacity, frankly. So, the move to the cloud is a big driver for the infrastructure business.
Necip: The digital power portfolio that Intersil possesses, that technology is reaching an inflection point where the adoption rate is really moving in the right direction, and we are gaining traction.
Mark: The market is evolving from the analog control world. You have the additional wrappers that provide the communication capability, but it is still an analog control loop and is now moving into the fully digital domain. The strength of the digital controller products that we have, fundamentally those products are more highly integrated than analog controllers. They integrate sequencing, for example, so if you have multiple supplies in the system, they'll bring up the voltage rails in the right sequence. You can provision that power. The voltage converters are essentially pairing loads at the appropriate level with required level of efficiency. And so I think that is one of the strong advantages of digital control of new systems.
So the Power Navigator is essentially a graphic user interface. Our customer designers can use to essentially design their power systems. It allows them to map out the different power converters they need in the system to support the different loads, and then they can configure each of those power supplies through the tool in order to program the parts themselves on the board. We are filling a very strong need that customers have to design increasingly complex systems with a very capable software tool. I think since that market has now moved to full digital control, that there is a significant opportunity for us with that new platform.