When designing mobile devices, it is critical to implement
technologies that will future-proof your design, minimize BOM costs and board
space, and maintain or improve performance. The MIPI Alliance Low Latency
Interface (LLI) and M-PHY are two technologies that can help future-proof your
design while giving it competitive advantages in terms of cost, board space,
performance, and time-to-market.

The webinar will present a case study
describing how LLI can be used to minimize DRAM footprint on a mobile phone
system board. Particular attention will be paid to real-world implementation
issues, such as clock domain, power and voltage management as well as
integration with SoC interconnect fabrics.

This webinar will
teach you:

  • What the LLI and M-PHY technologies are, and best practices for
  • How LLI is different than other chip-to-chip interface standards, such as
    USB and PCIe
  • How the LLI point-to-point interconnect can benefit multi-chip systems
  • How the LLI controller and M-PHY IP can reduce the silicon footprint on your
  • How LLI can reduce individual BOM and multi-product platform costs

Estimated length: 50 minutes, 10 minutes Q&A

Who should
This webinar is targeted at system architects, mobile device and
consumer electronics product managers and designers, design engineers, SoC
architects, and project managers.

Saar, Staff Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys

Hezi Saar serves as
a staff product marketing manager at Synopsys and is responsible for its
DesignWare MIPI controller and PHY IP product line. He brings more than 17 years
of experience in the semiconductor and electronics industries in embedded
systems. Prior to joining Synopsys, from 2004 to 2009, Saar served as senior
product marketing manager leading Actel’s Flash field-programmable-gate-array
(FPGA) product lines. Previously, he served as a product marketing manager at
ISD/Winbond and as a senior design engineer at RAD Data Communications. Saar
holds a bachelor of science degree from Tel Aviv University in computer science
and economics and an MBA from Columbia Southern University.

Shuler, VP of Marketing, Arteris

Kurt Shuler is the VP of marketing
at Arteris. He has held senior roles at Intel, Texas Instruments, ARC
International and two startups, Virtio and Tenison. Before working in high
technology, Kurt flew as an air commando in the U.S. Air Force Special
Operations Forces. Kurt earned a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from the U.S.
Air Force Academy and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Martin, Vice President, Corporate Applications and Senior Fellow,

Philippe Martin is Vice President, Corporate Applications
and Senior Fellow at Arteris. He has been involved in the development of the
MIPI Alliance Low Latency Interface (LLI) specification since the creation of
the MIPI Alliance LLI Investigation Group in 2009. Philippe is a renowned expert
on LLI and has contributed to the technology through the MIPI Alliance LLI
Working Group. Philippe has also participated in the first two commercial
implementations by semiconductor companies of the LLI standard.