There aren’t many technology executives who have been featured as the person of the week on ABC’s “World News,” just one of the honors Rattner holds for his work on the first computer to sustain 1 trillion operations per second. Rattner also has received two Intel Lifetime Achievement awards for his work in high-performance computing and advanced cluster communication architecture. Rattner’s job, of course, is to make sure Intel stays at the top of the microprocessor pyramid. The latest revolution at Intel revolves around the chip giant’s move to 32nm technology from 45nm technology. Those are the type of technology shifts that has Rattner waxing poetic about how computers will have more humanlike capabilities in the next few years.