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Thanks to Linkedin members: 24 “Like” given to “Interface Protocols, USB3, HDMI, MIPI… the winner and losers in 2011”

Thanks to Linkedin members: 24 “Like” given to “Interface Protocols, USB3, HDMI, MIPI… the winner and losers in 2011”
by Eric Esteve on 01-14-2012 at 12:53 pm

Just because it seems that the likes given to: Interface Protocols, USB3, HDMI, MIPI… the winner and losers in 2011 were numerous, I decided to count it.

Twenty-four likes received, in 11 Linkedin groups (see below), that’s good! Very goos! Thanks to all of you… And most probably thanks to IPNESTfor the quality of the data.

If you did not read this post, it maybe the right time to do it! You will find many, many useful information about USB 3.0, HDMI, DisplayPort, MIPI and more



Eric Esteve
from IPNEST

And now the list:

Semiconductor Wiki Project (www.SemiWiki.com )

Pascal Lo Ré, Jan Willis like this

Semiconductor – VLSI

Cheng Kuan Yin, Kanak Rajput and 1 other like this

Processor/SoC/Systems Architecture, RTL Design Professionals

BAHLOUL Skander likes this

Texas Instruments

Chen Song Chaw Chen Song likes this

Microelectronics Network

Stephane Cordova, Mike Engbretson and 1 other like this

China Semiconductor Professional Network 中国集成电路专业人士协会

Steve Cheng likes this

High Speed Interface Design Professionals

Suto Hiroyuki, Michael Baker and 2 others like this

ANALOG MIXED SIGNAL

Roland MOBEANG, Kevin Ho like this

Semiconductor – Sales & Marketing

Chuck Dube likes this

Chuck Dube • Any thoughts on wireless HDMI (or whatever it’s called). Basically, the 60Ghz or so wireless interface between displays and video equipment. It seems 802.11ac? may be a contender.

Franz Dugand • The soon to be released 802.11ac may be the leading technology for wireless video streaming in the coming years. It has new features tailored for video streaming, and is using 5GHz band, so less crowded than 2.4GHz, and less expensive/challenging than 60GHz. Backward compatible with 802.11n, 802.11ac will probably be very popular in TV, STB and DVD players, those equipment being more and more connected to the internet.

MIPI Alliance

Michael Herz, Thierry Campiche and 3 others like this

VERIFICATION IP – VIP
Mehul Kumar likes this

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