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-- -- -- Let's go back -- to Las Vegas where Shibani Joshi is live the Consumer Electronics Show.
Joining us now operate first on Fox Business interview with a top executive from -- comes your body.
Seven billion -- and counting that's how many -- -- clock on -- sold in the mobile in the Smartphone arena and it's not gonna stop there it's taking on new frontiers in the PC space.
Even the home living room and television space joining me now is its chairman and CEO of Qualcomm doctor called take -- fresh stock -- a wonderful keynote this morning congratulations.
A lot to be excited about.
-- in regards to Qualcomm but let's talk about you going head to head.
We Intel showing up a brand new PC today that's powered by windows eight and a snap dragons yet is there room for -- to -- in the PC space.
Oh I think so but I think what's gonna be really exciting and mobile computing is that you're gonna get that same sense that you have with your Smartphone of always on a great battery life and all that stuff but you're gonna get -- with a -- computing environment they bring windows a to the mobile technologies that we support.
It's gonna be taught us Marines and all that social media email contacts town always -- up to date right there when you want.
In no way you really created this space you know how to make things mobile using a Smartphone you're taking a couple concepts you.
Other and larger devices.
Let me ask you how big of an opportunity in terms of dollars in terms of importance strategically he's the -- the overall PC market tablet market for -- I think it's gonna end up being a very large market of course it's much smaller than the handset market in terms of numbers if we do.
Over a billion and somewhat handset shipments a year.
And he -- -- probably in the 10050.
Million kind of ranges.
But still that's a big opportunity and we see you take these chips and you stick him in -- form factors just gonna change the way the people do computing.
People are also changing the way they consume entertainment and their living room -- announced a deal with Lenovo TV as well Smart TVs.
How every trying to become a part.
Of the living room experience.
Well this is really an interesting thing where you take that -- from a cellphone.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Because the chips are so powerful we've done so much research and development put more and more features into them they can do things like play console quality games it.
In my keynote they were showing a racing game that looked like it came off -- just any gaming console.
So you get that you get all the multi media experiences.
You get the connection into the Internet -- really do think there's a great opportunity for Smart TVs.
One thing that you do -- -- do so well you have your pulse on so many different industries you're not just in the Smartphone market you're getting -- PC's you getting any computing.
You're getting into you let entertainment what do you think we're going to be talking about a year from now you have your ear to the ground in so many different industries.
What sort of the big trend are all going to be talking about.
I think the computing thing is what's gonna roll out over the next couple years but what we're really excited about -- we made a big announcement is in the mobile health space as we know that.
Health -- is almost bankrupting countries so we got to make it more cost effective more productive.
We announced with the X prize foundation that ten million dollar prize incentivized researchers and entrepreneurs to come up with -- a real Star Trek -- order something that a consumer could use to diagnose diseases.
And working with different sensors and different.
Kinds of artificial intelligence technology I would put this in a package that a consumer can use I think that's gonna be really exciting create a lot of us.
-- just talked about start track earlier on in your keynote today you had -- Sesame Street demonstration.
How much is this sort of personal connection with Qualcomm going to play into your branding strategy because.
That's something that Intel has done it's really branded itself people -- -- -- just as well as they know sort of the hardware maker.
Is that something that you are also looking to -- There were hoping that people know snapdragon as a brand and I think that they really -- -- go out doing.
Besides all of these connections that you talked about it we also re branded Qualcomm Stadium -- snapdragon stadium too because many people know Qualcomm.
From the sports connection as well.
But having rover on -- with -- for the -- I mean that was not something that I imagine when I first started working at Qualcomm.
Good to see that kind of connection with an entertainment and education even more importantly education brand.
That -- things great opportunity for us as well.
As we -- -- -- let's talk about the importance of emerging markets a big theme again and -- keynotes and really a big theme for anybody who is in any of these technologies faces today there is tremendous growth coming out of China India and other places that you walk a very tight.
The -- you -- we -- -- tight rope literally in terms that's being able to balance the price of the handsets in the devices he put out there.
And achieving volume so how do you manage that and what do you think the mix will be going forward.
We're investing very heavily not just at the high end -- new features that the low end to get integration so we can lower the cost dramatically.
So one of the things that we've been focused on recently is driving the cost of Smartphones down so you can reach.
Lower down in the economic here pyramid and really enable people to improve the quality of life they have in emerging markets and so whether it's.
Education or healthcare or entertainment or just -- connectivity.
Having a Smart -- that'll come in at the sub 150 and eventually -- hundred dollar range.
For those markets that's gonna grow a lot of opportunity there as well for the manufactures and I think it's gonna help people's lives tremendously.
Doctor Paul Jacobs CEO and chairman of clock on think you so much just an idea and thought leader.
In so many different space is making a huge plastic and at this year's CES -- making includes -- In the industry and a little bit later on not to be out on he did he did promised me he could wrap -- he needed to literally wrap.
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