Date: 27th October 2009
Irvine, Calif., October 27, 2009 — WiSpry, Inc., the leader in tunable radio frequency (RF) semiconductor products for the wireless industry, today announced that it has joined the Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) Alliance as a Contributor Member. As a MIPI Contributor Member, WiSpry will have access to industry-standard interface specifications for the mobile industry and will be able to make contributions to these standards going forward.
“WiSpry is a significant supporter of open standards for interfaces,” said Russ Garcia, CEO of WiSpry. “Adopting these standards provides our customers with increased interoperability, along with the ability for everyone to concentrate their focus on innovation in other areas of their products.”
About Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) Alliance
The Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI®) Alliance is an open membership organization that includes leading companies in the mobile industry that share the objective of defining and promoting open specifications for interfaces in mobile terminals. MIPI Specifications establish standards for hardware and software interfaces typically found in mobile terminal systems. By defining such standards and encouraging their adoption throughout the industry value chain, the MIPI Alliance intends to reduce fragmentation and improve interoperability among system components, benefiting the entire mobile industry. For more information, visit http://www.mipi.org.
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., WiSpry is a fabless RF semiconductor company that designs and manufactures RF CMOS integrated circuits and components for leading manufacturers of mobile phones, laptops and wireless data communications products. Utilizing the Company’s core competency in RF micro-electro-mechanical systems (RF-MEMS) technology, WiSpry creates revolutionary wireless ‘System on Chip’ MEMS-based RF architectures, and has recently begun shipping products to a Tier 1 mobile handset manufacturer. WiSpry tunable RF-MEMS devices enable the development of reconfigurable RF front-ends, allowing system designers to achieve the architectural innovation required to meet the growing challenges of mobile communications networks. For more information, visit www.wispry.com.