Well, we are expanding in all of our segments of the market.
We have been a fabless semiconductor company for a number of years now.
Clearly, Japan is a most important market for digital consumer products.
Another dynamic of this last year was our increased penetration into the Japanese market.
We have substantially improved our position in Japan which now represents a major part of our business.
We see portability in electronics being a continuing requirement, higher functionality, better battery life, requiring lower power for the actual electronics.
We believe we've got the skill base and the techniques to supply the chips that really enable the end manufacturers to develop exciting, innovative products themselves.
One of the attractive things about being in Scotland is that we have a very good pipeline of new people coming into the company from the excellent universities around us.
We opened a design center in the South of England last year as part of our strategy for being close to our customers and developing innovative products for exciting new markets.
I don't really like to talk specifically about customers by name - but we work with nearly all the leading manufacturers of consumer products worldwide and at quite a detailed engineering level.