So the people of Ohio should be very proud OARnet. It really is a leader has been from the very inception of the Internet back in the National Science Foundation Network and my years of experience before I joined internet2. I spent, I spent many years in the regional networking business and we always looked at OARnet as a leader. The people that are leading OARnet, Pankaj, Paul and all the rest are phenomenal people. They are well known in our community for being smart people of course but good people, people that are willing to help, willing to participate in anything they can do to help our community. That’s huge and our community only survives by the fact that we have this culture of health that is among all of us. The greatest impacts they’ve had on our campuses providing reliable services. The networks always are when we need it. In the twelve years, I’ve been at the university in this position we’ve never had a network outage from it. So I think that speaks for itself. The networks there it’s on it’s reliable. It’s available for us to use. I get a lot of respect. They are knowledgeable. They pause when the system is down to tell you what the problem is, what time it will take, Highlight of course all their interests. The way they set up, the one that happened. I can tell my upper management and our faculty staff when that time they are doing upgrade makes it easy my life incase this system goes down in a hole. We are doing OARnet. Being a mentor is drastically shows your customer service you provide us. We can provide our customers the same level of service to them and respect them. What I really appreciate about OARnet is the fact that they provide excellent customer service. They call us up. They find out what we need. They find out if we have problems and help us with installing equipment or the latest thing has been with purchasing BMware the discounting we get from that. And just the collaboration that is available through OARnet being either a phone call or their meetings that they held or hold a couple of times a year that kind of thing. So it’s the service they provide and that’s what I really really appreciate. So we view OARnet as a critical collaborator for the three rivers for optical exchange. We have a tanker that goes between three rocks and OARnet if we just happened to be at the other end of one of the five or spans and so we let it up and we exchange traffic. We found it’s a funny light these connections up and you think oh, there’ll be no traffic on it, then all of a sudden you see that there’s really a lot of collaboration going on between the two regions. Well, of course being in a state where we share a border, our relationship with OARnet is really important. In fact for the last four or five years we’ve shared our Internet2 network. We provide backup commodity services to each other. We we already have a fiber connection between the two networks and we’re building another one. We share ideas. We collaborate. We’re very close relationship. So as you can imagine you know this the regional relationships are important. Ohio State is part of the Big Ten. Of course, we have two big ten members. Lot of cooperation collaboration that goes on there. So Ohio is probably our most important regional relationship that we have right now. The importance of that collaboration across states is vital because we all have different competencies within our organization. But as we cooperate collaborate with one another, we become like one large enterprise moving towards the same goal which is to provide our Connector members with leading edge connectivity so that they can change the world and we learn things from each other all the time. You know from OARnet, I learned a different approach about how Pankaj and Paul have aligned the state’s leadership and given their messaging so that they can articulate to the general public what the value of OARnet is. It’s this effort that comes out of the higher ed community sort of grassroots effort that creates the future and economic development. It creates the future for a competitive environment. It creates a future for the commercial space; all of the Internet service providers that are existent today came out of higher education and the things that they created. And so all of the folks in the OARnet staff and all the folks that support OARnet are creating the future. Higher -, to higher education networking is as important as having water and lights for their students and for the, for the projects and the learning and academic research that happens every day. It is technology that advances all of those different initiatives on campus and the technology has to be the, has to be reliable, always has to be on, has to be high performance and it needs to be consistent. The researchers and the educators that use these networks rely on it to perform their duties every day and help pursue their missions. Having a dark fiber network just opened up the capacity, the possibility of capacity for OARnet and connecting to Internet2. And now we’ve got another step in getting to 100 gig network for Internet2 is a huge thing, that they’re being able to send data sets from one institution to another the kind of innovation that’s going to come out of that I think is it’s something that we can’t even imagine. You know, people often ask me you know what do you need more bandwidth for. What are people going to do with more bandwidth isn’t what we have enough. And I answer to them as always I don’t know what people are going to do with more bandwith, more capacity but I can assure you that some very smart people are going to do something very revolutionary with it. That’s been the history of internet since its birth.