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The blockers were kicking off our new series inside your gadget your fancy Smart -- -- tablet.
Would be nothing without the -- the companies many of them that go into making everything from the -- to the wiring one tiny chip.
Is -- company made by Nvidia it's -- the tegra two chip.
It is smaller than a dime but it's generating huge sales joining us now live from Mountain View California in this Fox Business exclusive is the man behind the -- Michael -- field general manager of Nvidia's mobile business unit Michael we look at that the tegra two and what's so special about it.
Would you really look deeper into it is that it saves energy and that's all about for Smartphones and for tablets but.
What did you guys get to the point where you looked at the sort of the mobile behavior of people really get larger and larger presence and said we've got to get inside these devices.
Well also about five years ago we looked at the Smartphone market and it was pretty clear those were becoming computers.
Other things you're doing on -- the displays are getting larger.
You're watching video content you listen music.
It is the same kinds of things that we've lived through for the last fifteen years growing Nvidia in the PC business so was a core competency we had we said.
It was time to often build a solution that ultimately allow people to build computers secure in your pocket.
How do you win at the space which is so compressed these days because it's all about as thin as you could make it as -- as you can make it.
How does a company like you walk in there -- to an LG or -- Motorola or Samsung and say it's our ship that should be in there.
Plus I think we had a real distinct advantage in that we were starting from nothing we really we had the technology that we appear built in the PC -- We didn't have a legacy.
That we had -- sort of drag along with us and our solution so we started out -- -- tried to build a device that.
He and hundreds of -- wants to do video.
We're due process thing would do.
You know the ability to listen music take take.
A great pictures so so we start was good clean sheet of paper and I think they gave us a great advantage.
Well yeah exactly and and instead of being sort of tied down to a PC your seat it was sent -- -- we see the trend we've got to go with that so.
You've licensed you've got to licensing agreement with arm holdings what did you choose to adopt their architecture of course our designs.
-- the physical intellectual property and and we don't want people's eyes to glaze over but what was it about armories of let me go with that possible architecture.
Well for the CPU we've selected -- because from their from the day they started they've been focused on performance -- -- a lot so doing a lot in every little bit of an issue.
It's it's the most ubiquitous instruction set out there.
Billions and billions -- -- so.
That would content that would attract developers and application developers so.
From a from a performance employed in the ability to attract applications it was really the only choice.
Okay and the tegra itself inside -- and you've got chips inside everything from the Samsung galaxy tablet Acer Toshiba android phones.
You're in the Motorola Xoom tablet.
What does the future of computer technology.
We'll also the future of computer technology is mobile -- you talked about that.
-- -- all of the Google tablets -- those are all based -- -- And and the reason is is that again they become computer so it's about better graphics about more immersive experience rather be gaming or surfing the web.
And still the ability to do that all day long and I have to recharge advice.
Angry Birds everybody's living -- Angry -- good to see you Michael were very happy to tell the story.
-- again the gadget and what's inside it -- just the gadget itself thank you so much.
Please return of Michael rake field as general manager of Nvidia's mobile to.
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