Silvaco at MIPI I3C Plugfest to test its Dual Role Master, Advanced Slave, and Autonomous Slave cores
SANTA CLARA, Calif., –– March 20, 2017
March 27 – 28 2017
Hilton Barcelona (Avenida Diagonal), Barcelona, Spain
Silvaco will be participating in the first MIPI I3C Plugfest to verify interoperability of its Dual Role I3C Master, Advanced I3C Slave and Autonomous I3C Slave cores. The plugfest will offer the opportunity for early adopters of the new MIPI I3C standard to engage in initial interoperability testing between Master and Slave devices. This plugfest is hosted by the MIPI Alliance Sensor Working Group in conjunction with its upcoming member meeting.
More information on Silvaco’s family of I3C cores may be found at http://www.silvaco.com/products/IP/i3c.html
About Silvaco, Inc.
Silvaco, Inc. is a leading EDA provider of software tools used for process and device development and for analog/mixed-signal, power IC and memory design. Silvaco delivers a full TCAD-to-signoff flow for vertical markets including: displays, power electronics, optical devices, radiation and soft error reliability and advanced CMOS process and IP development. For over 30 years, Silvaco has enabled its customers to bring superior products to market with reduced cost and in the shortest time. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and has a global presence with offices located in North America, Europe, Japan and Asia.
About MIPI Alliance
MIPI Alliance (MIPI) develops interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries. There is at least one MIPI specification in every smartphone manufactured today. Founded in 2003, the organization has more than 275 member companies worldwide and 14 active working groups delivering specifications within the mobile ecosystem. Members of the organization include handset manufacturers, device OEMs, software providers, semiconductor companies, application processor developers, IP tool providers, test and test equipment companies, as well as camera, tablet and laptop manufacturers. For more information, please visit www.mipi.org .