Visually lossless video compression is essential for handling the growing bandwidth requirements of cutting-edge displays with higher resolutions, faster refresh rates, and greater pixel depths. This presentation will show designers how they can develop cutting-edge display products without compromising on display quality, battery life or cost using a combination of VESA video compression and MIPI DSI-2 technology.
Director of Systems Architecture, Rambus
Simon Bussières is Director of Systems Architecture at Rambus. Prior to this, he was Product Manager at Hardent where he was responsible for new IP product development and strategy, as well as IP integration and customization projects for Hardent’s customers worldwide. Simon has over 20 years engineering experience in the consumer electronics and video broadcast industries. Before Hardent, he held positions as FPGA design lead and hardware project manager at Matrox. Over the years, Simon has contributed to several industry standard organizations, including MIPI Alliance and VESA where he played an active role in the definition of VESA’s video compression standards DSC and VDC-M. He holds a BSEE from the Université Laval in Québec and is PMP certified.
Product Marketing Manager, Rambus
Joe Rodriguez is a Product Marketing Manager with the Rambus Controller Group. He is an expert at Memory IP and MIPI controller IP for Enterprise, Cloud, Networking, IoT, AI and Mobile applications. Before joining Rambus, Joe held Product and Technical Marketing Management positions at the Mentor Graphics Design Verification Division. Prior to that, he was an expert in emulation as a Field Engineer for Cadence Design Systems and a Modeling Engineer at Synopsys.