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.
Interested in learning more about the updates in the recently released MIPI A-PHY℠ v1.1? Would you like to weigh in on future development of the SerDes interface? You'll have the opportunity for both at next week's
MIPI A-PHY Automotive Industry Forum.
Register to join us on 26 January, 08:00-09:30 (PST), for a technical overview of A-PHY v1.1, followed by the opportunity to provide input on industry requirements and enhancements to help shape the next version of the specification.
Last month's MIPI DevCon 2021 brought together a global network of developers and implementers of MIPI specifications to share their knowledge and experiences in specification implementation, industry advancements and trends in the broader MIPI ecosystem. Even if you missed the live event, you can still access all the content on demand—including technical presentations, MIPI Alliance updates, panel discussions and member demos.
Learn more below about the sessions presented on key topics, and visit the MIPI DevCon Agenda page to review the full program and access direct links to the session and demo recordings. You can also follow along with the recorded content by downloading the PDFs of the presentations, as well as the Japanese, Korean and Chinese translations of the Asia track sessions.
MIPI DevCon 2021 is only a few weeks away, and conference speakers are currently working to prepare informative and engaging presentations for the 28-29 September virtual event. With an expected global audience of developers, engineers, system architects and others in the mobile and mobile-influenced ecosystems, the upcoming event will deliver a wide array of sessions focused on several key specifications and priority application areas.
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.
Whether you're just getting started with MIPI Debug solutions or you're interested in a more in-depth discussion of MIPI Debug for I3C℠, members of the Debug Working Group will cover it at upcoming webinars on 27 January and 17 February.