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Intel this morning saying it's working on ways to transmit electricity over the -- -- -- -- through whiners.
It's one of a handful of next generation technologies being developed and Intel's labs headed by chief technology officer.
Justin -- who joins us now for an exclusive and -- -- Fresh from his keynote address at Intel developed before.
It's just -- it's a pleasure to have you with us.
We don't want to talk about Intel's market champ profit so a bit but -- -- -- like that.
I want him -- right now about this -- on electricity.
Well so we -- wireless power Stewart and you know it's it's kind of you know an old idea in in a new form.
You know Tesla was famous for trying to figure out how to transmit power wirelessly but we're never quite sure whether he made it -- not so we're running a new set of experiments.
And this morning we demonstrated -- about sixty watts of power.
Over several feet -- at pretty high efficiency about 75.
OK next case this programmable.
Well you've got processes on individual moral tools so you can tell them what to do.
I think that's nano technology would you explain this for our audience.
-- You know the idea is that you know we're we're able to make computers so small.
That we kid we had actually.
Pack a fairly intelligent device.
Into a tiny glass -- may be a tenth of a micron.
And give that tiny sphere the ability to move relatives to other -- And if you put several millions of them together.
-- you could program them to take almost any arbitrary shape so you might have a cell phone built out of these things that.
That rolls itself up into a ball you can just drop in your pocket and when you take it out yet.
It -- shapes itself -- shape shifts into a cell phone.
Or let's say you want it wanted to turn into a display you can hold in your hand if you do that also again.
In real time under program control.
-- that -- in an awfully long way away so let's move closer and if we can for a second I think you've got new chips well it's not as far out as you think -- didn't give it time prime how to -- -- -- go ahead.
Well you know we're starting ability we've had several generations of experimental devices and we've just begun to to fabricate.
These tiny glass -- so I think you know in five years.
We might see something a bit larger than what I just described and you know maybe in a decade.
Well actually get down to those.
You know those.
Sub micron devices.
Okay you've got new ships to -- in TV you did that that that allowed TV to go on the Internet what difference is gonna make to me as a as a -- all -- TV programs only Internet.
Well that's right yeah we're we're just bring a new technology -- we call.
Can more which is intended you know for set top boxes all sorts of consumer electronics.
And the fundamental idea is how -- we we -- television with the Internet there have been various attempts in the past.
But I think working with some of our partners like Yahoo!.
We've developed a very powerful interface.
Very easy to use some thing -- and just take your remote control and you know and browse the web navigate the web.
And it's also had an open platform so people can develop all kinds of new applications.
We're just very excited about how the Internet Internet gonna make TV better and have the TV is gonna make the Internet better.
Adjusted Intel it is not in Smartphones -- company iPhone it's not in the black person on any mass scale.
Can you tell them tell me if Intel will be in these small devices on a big sky -- within -- two years.
I think I think that's that's a very safe assumption earlier in the year we introduced our new atom processor -- the first time.
We've had an Intel compatible processor that.
Is low power in a highly energy efficient.
And most importantly very low cost so it's getting a lot of attention now in in what are called netbooks.
And that top sort of these you know these less expensive Internet devices but the next generation of Adam.
Is going to be in the power range of Smartphones and I think you'll see a number of Smartphones.
Emerging next year and and the year after.
That incorporate Intel processors for the first time.
-- -- That we do appreciate -- being with -- that -- -- -- -- I didn't realize we're only five years away from these -- valuable cellphones that was a real -- on my got a site.
Justin Rattner chief technology officer at Intel thank you very much for joining us and we appreciate it thank you.
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