Knorr: Right. Those are some reliable partners.
Maritz: At least there's something to sue there if they go wrong: Verizon, SingTel in Asia, Colt in Europe. Colt is the City of London telephone company that carries all the fiber-optic cable for the financial industry in Europe. Or Softbank in Japan, which is the second largest telecom operator in Japan.
Those are the four anchor tenants, and there's Bluelock, a small guy that we put in there just to keep them honest and show them that things can actually get done in as short of time scale as [they're] accustomed to. We'll expand that by probably another three or four over the next several months.
Interestingly, those companies have started to discuss among themselves forming a consortium so that somebody can say, I want to deal with one entity that can give me coverage in Europe and Asia. Because there's always going to be regulatory reasons why certain things have to be done in certain jurisdictions independent of technology. How do I work with somebody who says, If the Singapore government requires me to do certain things in Singapore, I can do that, or Japan, or whatever?