This presentation focused on the new features available in MIPI I3C® v1.1 and the efforts MIPI is taking to advance I3C for broad, long-term adoption across multiple industries and usages.
Ken Foust is a principal engineer at Intel Corporation, where he leads wired/wireless interconnect and sensing R&D initiatives within Intel Labs. In this capacity, he also works closely with standards bodies such as MIPI, for which he serves as the chair of the I3C Working Group. Ken has been recognized with the MIPI Alliance Distinguished Service Award and as a Sensors Expo Engineer of the Year, and he is a member of the MSIG Technical Advisory Committee and Hall of Fame. Before joining Intel, Ken held many positions, including director of product engineering at Kionix, Inc., in Ithaca, N.Y. He started his career at IBM Microelectronics in Essex Junction, Vt., as a product engineer. Ken received a B.S. in electrical engineering from Alfred University.