The mission of MIPI Alliance is to develop the world’s most comprehensive set of interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced products. MIPI Alliance has always been at the forefront of defining state-of-the-art low power interconnects to support the key subsystems in advanced mobile platforms. With the 5G wave coming like a tsunami, it will start with mobile and expand into all areas of our life. 5G needs a set of high-performance and scalable system interconnects to meet the 5G era for the next decade and beyond. MIPI is up to the challenge and prepared for the coming 5G demands. To ensure MIPI meets or exceeds the requirements of next generation 5G mobile or beyond-mobile use cases, all working groups are evaluating their roadmaps to evaluate implications of future 5G technologies and emerging 5G use cases.
This presentation focuses on how current and future MIPI specifications will be used to achieve our goal of “MIPI – Making the 5G Vision a Reality”.
Kenneth Ma is director of technology planning at Huawei and is the vice president and director of CCIX Consortium. He has 30 years of industry experience and has been involved in several industry standard organizations, including MIPI Alliance, CCIX Consortium, JEDEC, USB-IF, PCI-SIG(R) and Gen-Z Consortium.
Kenneth has contributed to the MIPI Camera, Display/Touch, LLI and UniPro specifications and served as a MIPI technical liaison, driving collaboration of the DSI℠ v1.2 and VESA DSC display stream compression standards. Kenneth is the recipient of the MIPI 2014 Special Achievement Award for his contributions.
Kevin Yee is technical business development director at Cadence Design Systems Inc. Within this role, he has driven system design enablement and ecosystem partnerships, developing comprehensive system solutions in key segment markets such as high-performance compute, automotive, internet of things and mobile applications.
With more than 25 years in the semiconductor industry, Kevin's background includes system/SoC/ASIC design, FPGA architecture and IP development, and he holds several patents on design architecture. He has been involved with a number of industry standards organizations, including PCI-SIG, CCIX, USB I/F, JEDEC and MIPI.