About the System Management Interface Forum (SMIF), Inc.
The System Management Interface Forum (SMIF), Inc., supports the rapid advancement of an efficient and compatible technology base that promotes power management and systems technology implementations. The group’s activities include: promoting global development of communications protocols; identification of appropriate applications; providing global educational services; promoting worldwide compatibility and interoperability; and identifying, selecting, augmenting as appropriate, and publishing specifications. The SMIF provides a membership path for any company or individual to be active participants in any or all of the various working groups established by the implementers forums.
FDK Corporation is now a SMIF member amd PMBus adopter, effective July 2016
Excelsys is now a SMIF member amd PMBus adopter, effective March 2016
The PMBus forum will again be a major participant in the Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition (APEC) 20–24 March 2015 in Long Beach CA.TDK Lambda is now a SMIF member amd PMBus adopter, effective January 2016
The PMBus forum will again be a major participant in the Applied Power Electronics Conference & Exposition (APEC) 15–19 March 2015 in Charlotte NC.
Lattice Semiconductor is now a SMIF member amd PMBus adopter, effective September 2014
Cavium is now a SMIF member, effective September 2014
The SMIF includes the groups listed below.
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