Featuring more than a dozen sessions focused on MIPI specifications in mobile, automotive and IoT applications, as well as new camera and display specifications, security initiatives, MIPI I3C® use cases and more, this year's virtual MIPI DevCon will offer a comprehensive education program with new insights into specification implementation, industry advancements and trends in the broader MIPI ecosystem.
MIPI is pleased to welcome 26 Adopter members joining the Alliance from 1 April to 30 June 2021, along with two companies upgrading to Contributor membership. The highest-ever percentage of member companies renewed their memberships for 2021, and a new record high of 364 MIPI Alliance members was reached at the close of the second quarter.
To provide additional support to developers working with the MIPI A-PHY℠ v1.0 specification, the A-PHY Working Group has released an Application Note for MIPI A-PHY Specification v1.0: Profile 1 and Profile 2 (for MIPI members), providing key performance indicators to help implementers design solutions that conform to the automotive long-reach serializer-deserializer (SerDes) physical layer specification.
The new MIPI I3C Host Controller Interface (MIPI I3C HCI℠) v1.1 specification was recently released to MIPI Alliance members as well as nonmembers, with new functionality that facilitates broader use of the MIPI I3C® interface and helps developers and the open source community integrate the latest I3C-based peripheral components into their designs.
In this blog post, we recap the benefits of the I3C interface, explain how the HCI specification helps developers and provide an overview of the updates in this latest version.
Continuing the tradition of MIPI Alliance members honoring the contributions and achievements of their peers, MIPI hosted a virtual ceremony on 9 June to recognize the 2020 recipients of the MIPI Alliance Membership Awards.
The awards are presented annually to individual and corporate members for their outstanding contributions, leadership and achievements within the Alliance.