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About The MIPI Alliance
The Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) Alliance is a collaboration of mobile industry leaders with the objective to define and promote open standards for interfaces to mobile application processors. Through these open standards, the MIPI Alliance intends to speed deployment of new services to mobile users by establishing specifications for standard hardware and software interfaces to mobile application processors and encouraging the adoption of those standards throughout the industry value chain. The MIPI Alliance is intended to complement existing standards bodies with a focus on microprocessors, peripherals and software interfaces.
About MIPI Specifications
MIPI Specifications are currently available only to MIPI Alliance member companies. Interested companies are welcome to join the MIPI Alliance. Membership includes limited royalty-free intellectual property rights and obligations. For more information on membership in the MIPI Alliance, visit www.mipi.org.
About MIPI Members
More than 90 member companies participate in the MIPI Alliance, including nearly every leading supplier of mobile phones, applications processors, baseband modems, display panels, camera sensors, and audio and power peripherals. A complete list of member companies can be found at www.mipi.org.
Member Support for DSI and DCS
Member testimonials, including quotes from ATI, Broadcom, Freescale Semiconductor, Infineon Technologies, Nokia, Renesas Technology, Philips Semiconductor, Samsung Electronics, Solomon Systech, STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments Inc., are available at: http://www.mipi.org/docs/mipi-testimonials-display.pdf
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