Within a year Intel, Motorola, Samsung and Philips joined,and the organization formed its first working groups and introduced specifications facilitating the interconnections of cameras, displays and modems to an application processor. Membership grew rapidly and by 2008 MIPI Alliance had 150 members spanning the mobile ecosystem, from semiconductor firms to OEMs. Celebrating its five-year anniversary that year, MIPI Alliance introduced seven specifications addressing a range of essential needs in a device, providing interfaces for interprocessor communications, audio, RF, power management and other applications.
By 2013, its tenth anniversary, MIPI Alliance had over 260 members, and the board of directors had expanded to include a new member: Toshiba. By now the portfolio of specifications offered by MIPI Alliance covered the full range of interface applications needed in a device, including interfaces for the modem, application processor, camera, display, audio, storage, antennas, tuners, power amplifiers, filters, switches, batteries and others.