It's misleading at best to call next-gen SAS adapters, PCIe storage cards, and on-board RAID chips, "new products". The design wins here are replacements of older storage component lines LSI produced. That's not to denigrate what LSI does well--storage components--but these don't represent new revenue streams. What they represent is the increasing specialization over the past 4 years of LSI in the storage component market. Given this was once a company heavily involved in consumer electronics and systems (rather than components), and one that is still throwing away R&D money away chasing phantom communications & networking dollars, none of this represents market growth or reasons to feel the company is headed toward growth.