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Trilliant Launches OSDI Partner Program to Enable Leading Device Manufacturers Worldwide to Deliver Smart Energy Benefits to Their Utility Customers

EDMI Joins Trilliant's OSDI Partner Program

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Trilliant, a leading Silicon Valley-based smart grid communications company with a strong presence in Asia and Europe, today announced the launch of its innovative Open Smart Device Interface (OSDI) Partner program. The announcement is made ahead of Asian Utility Week, Asia's premier smart energy conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which will be attended by thousands of delegates from leading utilities, solutions providers and policymakers in the region.

Trilliant has been delivering one of the market's most proven and powerful multi-technology smart grid communications platforms to leading utilities and energy providers around the world. The Trilliant Platform has helped utility customers worldwide achieve and deliver smart energy benefits to their operations, consumers and societies. Now, through the OSDI Partner program, Trilliant aims to provide leading device manufacturers with an easy, fast and low-cost way to adopt the company's powerful, proven and comprehensive smart grid communications solutions.

Benefits for device manufacturers to join the Trilliant's OSDI Program include: 

  • the ability to implement a proven, advanced and powerful smart grid communications platform in an easy and cost-effective manner
  • a fast time to market
  • the ability to focus on core competencies
  • the opportunity to work with a platform that complies with internationally-recognized standards and is future-proof
  • the ability of device manufacturer partners to better serve their utility customers to deliver the benefits of a smarter grid to their operations and consumers.

Trilliant is pleased to announce EDMI, one of the leading device manufacturers, as the inaugural member of Trilliant's OSDI Partner program, joining with the objective of bringing optimal end-to-end solutions to the market.

"EDMI is one of the leading Smart Energy Solutions providers in the world and we are delighted to partner with Trilliant through the OSDI program," said Lee Kwang Mong, Group Managing Director at EDMI. "Trilliant is one of the global leaders in smart grid communications and this will allow us to bring end-to-end solutions to our customers, including the leading unlicensed RF mesh solution together with our proven cellular solutions, thereby reducing the deployment risk and ensuring optimal benefits."

"We are pleased to launch our innovative OSDI Partner Program today in response to the feedback we have gathered from the utilities throughout this region, and around the globe, said Bryan Spear, Asia Pacific Managing Director at Trilliant.  This helps fill a gap that exists in the industry today by allowing a marriage of best-of-breed end devices with communications, in a cost effective manner.  This allows us to bring the industry-leading Trilliant 2.4GHz RF mesh platform together with the industry's best end devices to our utility customers to realize the benefits of smarter grids for their operations, consumers and societies.  We are honored to launch this program with such prestigious partner as EDMI, one of the leading and innovative Smart Energy device providers in the industry."

To learn more, visit Trilliant's booth 0034 at Asian Utility Week in Kuala Lumpur, August 5-6, or website at www.trilliantinc.com.

About Trilliant
Trilliant (a company based in Silicon Valley) helps leading utilities and energy retailers worldwide achieve their smart grid visions through the Trilliant Smart Grid Platform, the only communications platform purpose-built for the energy industry that integrates disparate systems of systems into a unified whole. The Trilliant Platform is deployed with more than 200 utilities worldwide to enhance energy efficiency, improve grid reliability, lower operating costs, integrate renewable energy resources and electric vehicles; and empower consumers to better manage their energy consumption. For more information, visit www.trilliantinc.com.

About EDMI
EDMI Limited is one of the leading smart metering solutions providers in the world. EDMI is focused on designing, developing and manufacturing innovative and technologically advanced energy meters and metering systems for the global utility industry. EDMI's metering portfolio includes a comprehensive range of premium quality metering products, advanced infrastructure and energy management systems. With over 30 years' experience of manufacturing smart meters and millions of EDMI smart meters installed worldwide, EDMI's products are tried and tested, giving customers the confidence of working hand in hand with a company with a proven track record. EDMI is owned by Osaki Electric Co., Ltd., a Japanese metering solutions provider listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. For more information, visit www.edmi-meters.com.

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