Registration is open for two upcoming events focused on MIPI I3C® and the publicly available MIPI I3C Basic℠. For those interested in learning more about how the utility and bus specification meets key IoT requirements, you'll want to secure your spot at the May webinar, Achieving Optimal Energy and Power Efficiency in IoT Devices with MIPI I3C; and the following month, both MIPI members and nonmember implementers are invited to participate in a MIPI I3C Interop Workshop in Munich.
Over the past year, MIPI has adopted a record number of new and updated interface specifications for mobile, the Internet of Things (IoT), automotive and related industries. Three key 2021 releases in particular have garnered significant media interest and coverage:
MIPI Alliance kicked off the new year by welcoming 20 Adopter members and one Contributor member from 1 January to 31 March.
We look forward to working with these companies joining the 350+ MIPI members worldwide developing and implementing MIPI specifications.
Following the recent announcement by longtime chair Joel Huloux (STMicroelectronics) of his upcoming retirement, the MIPI Alliance Board of Directors has appointed new leadership for the first time in nearly a decade. As detailed in a 5 April 2022 press release, Sanjiv Desai (Intel Corporation), MIPI’s vice chair since 2013, was appointed chair and board member Rick Wietfeldt (Qualcomm Incorporated) has been appointed vice chair. The transition became effective March 23.
A recent collaboration between the MIPI I3C Working Group and the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has resulted in a new USB-IF specification that dramatically expands the possible use cases and ecosystem for both the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard and MIPI I3C®/I3C BasicSM, the two-wire utility and control bus interface designed as the successor to I2C.
A major update to the world’s most widely implemented embedded camera and imaging interface delivers a scalable foundation upon which next-generation artificial intelligence and machine‑vision systems can enhance human-device interaction. Version 4.0 of the MIPI Camera Serial Interface 2 (MIPI CSI-2®) introduces key new features that continue to build on CSI-2's capabilities to bring sight to artificial intelligence (AI) and support advanced machine-vision applications across multiple application spaces, such as mobile, augmented and virtual reality, drones, the Internet of Things (IoT), medical devices, industrial systems, automobiles, and client devices including tablets, notebooks and all-in-ones.
Originally introduced in 2005, MIPI CSI-2 is a lane-scalable, high-speed protocol for the transmission of still and video images from image sensors to application processors. The specification supports a broad range of use cases that require high performance, low power and low electromagnetic interference (EMI).