Webinar: JEDEC UFS, MIPI UniPro and MIPI M-PHY

JEDEC UFS, MIPI UniPro and MIPI M-PHY: A Winning Combination Enabling State-of-the-Art Flash Storage Solutions

Register online for this free webinar hosted by JEDEC and MIPI

Thursday, February 15th, 2024 at 8:00AM Pacific

It is essential for many embedded electronic use cases that flash memory storage solutions keep pace with the demands of the latest generation of mobile, automotive and IoT applications, as each advancement typically requires flash memory storage with faster read/write performance and ever lower power consumption.

Register now to join the chairs of the MIPI M-PHY and UniPro working groups, and the co-chair of the JEDEC UFS Technical Group to hear how JEDEC UFS leverages MIPI M-PHY® and MIPI UniPro® to provide its interconnect layer; and how, in its most recent and advanced release, UFS 4.0 leverages the most recent versions of these specifications to double its interface bandwidth.

Presenters:

Sérgio Silva, Program Engineering Manager, Synopsys; Chair of the MIPI M-PHY Working Group

As a program engineering manager for Synopsys, Sérgio Silva has extensive experience in multiple SerDes protocols such as PCIe, USB-C/DisplayPort and, of course, M-PHY. He currently serves as chair of the MIPI M-PHY Working Group and has been with the MIPI M-PHY Working Group since v3.0 definition, providing support to the electrical, protocol and testing aspects of the specification.

Ramesh Hanchinal, ASIC Digital Design Manager, Synopsys; Chair of MIPI UniPro Working Group

As an ASIC digital design manager at Synopsys, Ramesh concentrates on PCIe, MIPI UniPro and M-PHY, universal verification methodology (UVM) and system Verilog. He currently serves as chair of the MIPI UniPro Working Group and was a technical author of MIPI UniPro v1.61 and v1.8.

Bruno Trematore, Chief Engineer, KIOXIA, Co-Chair of the JEDEC UFS Technical Group

Bruno Trematore is a chief engineer responsible for embedded memory standardization for KIOXIA and is co-chair of the JEDEC UFS TG. He also serves as liaison between MIPI and JEDEC on behalf of JEDEC JC-64.1.