MIPI Alliance Welcomes Prominent Promoter Members

The MIPI Alliance announces that Qualcomm Inc. and Robert Bosch GmbH (Bosch) have been approved as Promoter members. As Promoter members, each company obtains a seat on the MIPI Alliance Board of Directors to help the organization guide the future direction of device interface technologies.


With the appointment, effective immediately, the two companies join Intel, Samsung Electronics, STMicroelectronics, Synopsys, Texas Instruments and Toshiba on the board. Rick Wietfeldt, Ph.D., Sr. Director, Technology, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., will represent Qualcomm, and Thomas Lindenkreuz, Director, Automotive Electronics, will represent Bosch on the board.

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Promoter members are elected to their positions by the MIPI Alliance board and have a two-year term. Promoters can be re-elected to additional terms. With the Bosch and Qualcomm appointments, MIPI Alliance now has eight directors including four Promoter members. Synopsys and Toshiba have been re-elected for an additional two-year term through May 31, 2020. Learn more by visiting the MIPI Alliance.


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