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    Christina Slape, MIPI Member Communications Manager

    Christina Slape, MIPI Member Communications Manager

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    MIPI Software – A Conversation with Software Working Group Chair Rob Gough

    Q: Software is a relatively new area for MIPI. Why was it added and how does it help the mobile ecosystem and developers?

    MIPI Alliance formed the Software Working Group in 2014 to foster easier software integration of MIPI-compliant components and devices in mobile and other devices, such as IoT.

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    Welcome New Members - 4th Quarter 2018

    MIPI Alliance is pleased to announce that 13 member companies joined the organization during the final three months of 2018. MIPI has more than 300 member companies worldwide and more than a dozen working groups developing and refining MIPI specifications.

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    Post-DevCon Resources Extend Developer Education

    Whether you're interested in reviewing one of the many informative sessions held during MIPI DevCon Seoul on 19 October or you weren't able to attend this year's event, you can now relive all of the highlights and access the full lineup of conference presentations.

    Watch the MIPI DevCon highlights video »
    View photos from the MIPI DevCon »

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    MIPI DevCon Seoul Focuses on Mobile and Beyond

    MIPI welcomed more than 230 participants to MIPI DevCon Seoul on 19 October for a day of presentations, demos and information sharing among leaders in the mobile and mobile-influenced industries.

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    Members Test MIPI I3C Interoperability in Seoul

    In conjunction with the MIPI Member Meeting #49 in Seoul, the Sensor Working Group hosted the MIPI I3C® Interop Workshop on 15-16 October. The event drew 19 representatives from eight member companies.

    "MIPI's I3C workshops help members ensure interoperability of their components, improve product quality, speed the development process and optimize the manufacturability of their designs,” said Ken Foust, chair of the MIPI Alliance Sensor Working Group. "Participants regard these events as an essential step in the product development process because the testing and debugging activities take place in real-world system integration environments."

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    Tags: Events, I3C, Interoperability