When you hear about these TCO benefits from fast data as a displacement for performance enterprise hard drives … the cost-performance benefit [of flash] is clear and present. You saw us discontinue investment in performance HDDs for that reason. So it was a very clear benefit of flash-based devices over that use case for hard drives.
In the case of big data and the capacity enterprise [drives], it’s quite different. So as you look at the need for growth, the cost-performance trade-off is actually quite compelling. And as you sequentialize it, you don’t even need to have a 10[X] or 15X [difference in cost-per-terabyte] to still maintain a very compelling TCO benefit. Because since you don’t get the performance enhancements that contribute to your TCO calculation, you actually could make the case that, even at 2[X] or 3[X] or 4X, there’ll be continued benefits in continuing on with hard drives.