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[September 17, 2012]

Trilliant Expert Explains Communications Considerations for Advanced Smart Grid Applications at Transmission & Distribution Smart Grids Asia 2012

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Sept. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Trilliant, a global smart grid communications leader who helps utilities and energy retailers deliver the benefits of a smarter grid, will participate this week in the Transmission & Distribution Smart Grids Asia 2012 conference, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Bryan Spear, Managing Director of Asia Pacific for Trilliant, will serve as an expert speaker as part of the two-day event that will explore the issues, challenges, business practices and technologies shaping the utility industry.

On Wednesday, September 19, Bryan will discuss how the Asia Pacific region is well positioned to deploy and benefit from the smart grid. He will explain the considerations utilities face when choosing the right global communications technologies to build a strong platform that will enable various advanced smart grid applications. Building on Trilliant's work with Tenaga Nasional Berhad Research (TNBR) in Asia and other leading, global utility customers, Bryan will provide real world examples from Trilliant's successful global deployments in North America, Europe and around the world.

What: Transmission & Distribution Smart Grids Asia 2012 Who: Bryan Spear, Managing Director of Asia Pacific, Trilliant When: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 12:20 p.m. to 12:40 p.m. MYT Session 11 - Smart Grid Technologies: Why utilities are using RF Mesh communications to enable advanced smart grid applications Where: Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia For more information about Transmission & Distribution Smart Grids Asia 2012, visit: http://www.td-asia.com/ About TrilliantTrilliant helps leading utilities and energy retailers achieve their smart grid visions through the Trilliant Communications Platform, the only communications platform purpose-built for the energy industry that integrates disparate system of systems into a unified whole. The Trilliant Platform helps utilities and energy retailers 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. Trilliant has worked with more than 200 leading global utilities and energy retailers, including Centrica, Iberdrola USA, and Hydro One Networks and is backed by prominent investors such as ABB, GE, Investor Growth Capital, MissionPoint Capital Partners, UMC Capital, VantagePoint Capital Partners and zouk ventures. For more information, visit www.trilliantinc.com.

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