Nujira has been the driving force behind the rapidly growing Envelope Tracking eco-system and has also been instrumental in validating the energy saving and high efficiency benefits of ET technology to the digital cellular and TV broadcast industries.
Nujira is a proud member and active participant in industry and standards organizations shaping the wireless communication industry.
The OpenET Alliance, a not-for-profit industry organisation, is driving the development and adoption of envelope tracking amplification techniques in the cellular and broadcast industries.
Envelope tracking delivers significant cost and power reduction, enabling highly efficient broadband RF power amplifiers for next generation cellular, broadcast and military radio systems.
The Alliance itself does two key things: it promotes the benefits of envelope tracking techniques to relevant industry and consumer audiences and it supports the ecosystem of suppliers -- through standardisation, research and networking -- to create market-leading, power-efficient products.
The MIPI Alliance is a non-profit corporation that operates as an open membership organization. All companies in the mobile device industry are encouraged to join, including semiconductor companies, software vendors, IP providers, peripheral manufacturers, test labs and end product OEMs. Today, nearly 200 member companies actively participate in the Alliance, developing interface specifications which drive consistency in processor and peripheral interfaces, promoting reuse and compatibility in mobile devices.
The mission of the MIPI Alliance is to benefit the entire mobile industry by establishing standards for hardware and software interfaces in mobile devices. The organization actively promotes and encourages the adoption of these specifications throughout the industry value chain.
NMI is the trade association representing the UK Semiconductor, Microelectronics and Electronic Systems Communities.
The objective is to aid the development of a sustainable, world-leading industry by building a strong network and acting as a catalyst and facilitator for commercial and technological development.
A not-for-profit organisation funded by its members, NMI has a membership that spans the supply chain and includes Electronic Systems Design and Manufacturing Companies, Integrated Device Manufacturers, Fabless Semiconductor Manufacturers, Semiconductor Foundries, Semiconductor Suppliers, Electronic Design Services, Intellectual Property Providers, Research & Academic Institutions, National and Regional Government Agencies.
GSA's mission is to accelerate the growth and increase the return on invested capital of the global semiconductor industry by fostering a more effective ecosystem through collaboration, integration and innovation.
To fulfill this mission, GSA will:
- Address the challenges and enable industry-wide solutions within the supply chain, including intellectual property (IP), electronic design automation (EDA)/design, wafer manufacturing, test and packaging.
- Provide a platform for meaningful global collaboration.
- Identify and articulate market opportunities.
- Encourage and support entrepreneurship.
- Provide members with comprehensive and unique market intelligence.
Members include companies throughout the supply chain representing 30 countries worldwide.
The International Wireless Industry Consortium is a Pro-Active International Community of WIRELESS AND RF PRODUCT OEM's and their SUPPLIERS. Our Mission is to facilitate communication up and down the entire supply chain to:
- Identify and Clarify Markets, Products/Service Opportunities
- Reduce Costs
- Improve Performance
- Decrease Time to Market
for ALL things wireless.
Cambridge Wireless brings together over 300 companies with expertise in wireless technologies and networks through a range of events and networking opportunities. It provides members with a forum where they can learn about recent developments, debate key topics of importance to the industry, network with leading individuals as well as recruit highly skilled individuals and promote their organisations. Its major events include the annual Future of Wireless conference, 4 Founders’ dinners where around 200 members meet at selected Cambridge colleges and a wide range of conferences organised by special interest groups.