Posted by Hezi Saar on July 19, 2011
I found a nice article referencing a study suggesting that mobile web browsing increases in the summer. This can be attributed to the fact that people are looking for things to do while weather is getting better.
My son just came back from a summer camp close to Tahoe which taught him how to live in the wilderness without the parental support net. He didn’t have communication means but snail mail to write and receive letters. This kind of summer camp does not contribute to the increase in mobile web browsing :-).
If you are not into living in the wild, I would like to invite you to join a webinar we’ll be having on Tuesday July 26th at 9AM PST that will cover MIPI protocols. The agenda will allow you to learn about the basics of MIPI protocols, the problem MIPI protocols solve and common implementation.
If interested you can register here, and you can also forward the link to this blog or the registration page to people you believe that can benefit from that.
It won’t be wild but I promise that it will be interesting. Hope to ‘see’ you online.
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Views and Trends in mobile electronics connectivity related to MIPI IP
I started my career as an R&D engineer for embedded systems, then transitioned into applications engineering and product marketing roles in the semiconductor industry. With my systems knowledge, I have led many IC design wins that have enabled portable applications such as cellular phones, digital cameras and eBooks.
What intrigues me about the mobile electronics market is how rapid technological innovations, economic forces and changing consumer preferences drive market direction. Let’s explore these developments together.
– Hezi Saar