So, a year ago, we kicked off a little party with the launch of the Nexus 7000 and NX-OS. As you can see, we have been busy year–we have fleshed out the Nexus portfolio with the Nexus 5000 and 1000V, established NX-OS as our pervasive data center OS and implemented some key technologies like DCE, FCoE and VN-Link.But we are not done yet, so……for you, our faithful followers, a little preview of some of the things we will announce a later today. First of all, we are announcing the availability of 18-slot 7000 we initially discussed at the launch last year–for those of you wondering, that gives you 768 ports of GE or 512 ports of 10GbE in a physical chassis–that can still be segmented into up to 4 virtual switches using VDC technology. There are also some enhancements to NX-OS I’ll dig into in a later post.We have also adding the Nexus 5010, a 1RU version of the Nexus 5020 for folks with lower server densities in their racks.Last, and not least, we are announcing a new member of the family–the Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender. This innovative new technology opens up all sorts of possibilities for server networking. Here is a pic for now–details to follow.So, there is your sneak peek for now–more details to follow over the next few days.