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  • After Smart Meters: What's Next?
    Corona, California, October 13, 2011 – Smart Meters are currently being installed by the millions around the world: what's the next step in the development of the Smart Grid? As a delegate at the second-annual Smart Grid Electronics Forum (SGEF '11), at the Crowne Plaza Hotel San Jose – Silicon Valley on October 24 & 25, you will hear a roundtable discussion about the future direction of Smart Grid developments. To be sure, smart electronic equipment (Communications, Computing & Storage, Consumer, Power Conversion, Automotive, Alternative Energy, Industrial, Medical, and so on) will be required to get the maximum benefit from the Smart Grid. At SGEF '11 you will learn how the smart grid will change the design of all types of electronic equipment.

  • Smart Grid Electronics Forum Adds Mouser as Marquee Sponsor
    Corona, California, October 10, 2011 – Mouser Electronics has become the exclusive Marquee Sponsor of this year's Smart Grid Electronics Forum (SGEF '11). SGEF '11, to be hosted in San Jose, California, October 24 & 25, is an exciting event that focuses on "Plugging into the Smart Grid" for the successful development and deployment of smart-grid-enabled electronic systems, including power converters. As the Marquee Sponsor for SGEF '11, Mouser is providing the event's WiFi Hot Spot for delegates, along with the luncheons, conference bag and several other items. SGEF '11 will be co-hosted by Darnell Group and Hearst Electronics Group.

  • Expanded Program at Second-Annual Smart Grid Electronics Forum
    Corona, California, October 4, 2011 – To be co-hosted by Darnell Group and Hearst Electronics Group in San Jose, California, October 24 & 25, the 2011 Smart Grid Electronics Forum (SGEF '11) features an expanded schedule with sessions on Smart Meters & Energy Measurement, Communications & Security, Integrating Dispersed Energy Resources, Applications and Case Studies, Home Automation Networks, Industrial Applications, and more. In addition to a strong focus on today's "best practices," SGEF '11 will look forward toward next-generation design solutions for electronic equipment.

  • Second-Annual Smart Grid Electronics Forum Program Announced
    Corona, California, September 15, 2011 – The Plenary Session at the 2011 Smart Grid Electronics Forum will feature senior executives from 3eTI, Fairchild Semiconductor, FreeWave Technologies, Marvell Technology, Qualcomm Atheros, Redpine Signals, TDI Power, and Viridity Energy. Plenary session topics will include; challenges of home area networks, using Wi-Fi embedded chipsets, optimization of smart grid communications, assimilating EV/PHEV power plants into the smart grid, increasing the functionality of photovoltaic generation with local energy storage, and more. To be co-hosted by Darnell Group and Hearst Electronics Group at the San Jose Convention Plaza hotel October 24 & 25, the 2011 Smart Grid Electronics Forum (SGEF '11) overall schedule includes sessions on Smart Meters & Energy Management, Communications & Security, Integrating Renewable Generation, Applications of DC Microgrids, Connecting Equipment to the Smart Grid, Industrial Applications, and more. In addition to a strong focus on today's "best practices," SGEF '11 will look forward toward next-generation design solutions for electronic equipment.

  • Announcement and Call for Papers
    Corona, California, March 15, 2011 - An Announcement and Call for Papers has been issued for the second-annual Smart Grid Electronics Forum 2011 (SGEF '11) which will be jointly hosted by Darnell Group and Hearst Electronics Group.

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