HSINCHU, Taiwan and SANTA CLARA, CA -- Faraday Technology Corporation joined MIPI Alliance Demo Day and showcased its imaging Composite-IP prototype platform and the customers' applications in the exhibition. Faraday has also revealed its MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2) subsystem in UMC 28nm process, which provides high data transmission bandwidth to enable Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) video capture for mobile, consumer, and surveillance applications.
As an active contributor of MIPI Alliance, Faraday has launched DSI and CSI-2 IPs and subsystem in UMC 55nm, 40nm, and now 28nm. Some of them have been adopted by customers and for various applications, such as the on-site demonstrated surveillance camera module and a glasses-free 3D display. The newly-revealed MIPI CSI-2 subsystem comes with lane scalability, providing data transmission bandwidth of up to 20Gbps to meet the rising demand of UHD video capture in the market.
Furthermore, the demonstrated Composite-IP prototype platform showed Faraday's professional ASIC design service in addition to the comprehensive IP portfolio. It integrates Faraday Combo PHY (MIPI, LVDS, sub-LVDS & HiSPi) and MIPI controller and helps customers in system-level development and verification at the pre-silicon stage.
"To cater for the market demand of high resolution and multi-interface, Faraday provides the unique combo PHY which integrates MIPI and various interfaces, in addition to a series of MIPI solutions from 55nm to 28nm. Besides the accumulated market success cases ranging from surveillance, mobile ISP, DSC, and display applications, Faraday's compatible MIPI subsystem will keep helping our customers accelerate time-to-market and get far ahead of the game in even wider applications," said Roger Cheng, Senior Vice President of Business Group at Faraday Technology.
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