Market Research Report
Global Data Center UPS Market - 2019 -2026
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|Global Data Center UPS Market - 2019 -2026|
|Published: September 19, 2019||Content info: 130-180 Pages||
The global Data Center UPS market expected to reach $XX billion by 2026, at a CAGR of over XX% during the forecast period. Growing data centers all across the globe is the major driver for the data center UPS market.
An uninterruptible power supply or uninterruptible power source (UPS) is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source or mains power fails. A UPS differs from an auxiliary or emergency power system or standby generator in that it will provide near-instantaneous protection from input power interruptions, by supplying energy stored in batteries, supercapacitors, or flywheels. The data center UPS are UPS that are used in the data centers for emergency power failure.
The report covers all the major trends and drivers playing a vital role in the growth of the global Data Center UPS market. The global Data Center UPS market has been segmented based on region, Size of Data Center, and Solution.
The global Data Center UPS market growth is primarily driven by increasing data storage needs, higher adoption of cloud computing, the rapid growth of big data and data science within various industry verticals, and development of IT infrastructure within different developing countries. Power fluctuations and power disruption that pose a threat to the data centers is creating urge for the usage of UPS. With the rising data and storage problem, all the organizations are investing in the construction of new data centers all around the world that will drive the market for data center UPS market for the forecast period.
However, the high initial cost and high maintenance cost of UPS are some of the factors that will hinder the growth of the Data Center UPS market for the forecast period.
By Size of Data Center, the global Data Center UPS market is segmented into Small Data Center, Medium Data Center, and Large Data Center. Small Data Centers have the dominant position in the Size of Data Center segment and is expected to retain its dominance in the forecasted period. Moreover, the rise in the number of SME which are turning to a data-driven business decision, asking the need for small data center in the organization urging the need for UPS. However, large data center UPS revenue will grow with the higher CAGR due to the large investment for construction of data are upcoming in the forecast period.
By Solution, the global Data Center UPS market is segmented into Line interactive, Standby, and Online. Online UPS has the dominant share in the Solution segment and is expected to retain its dominance in the forecast period. The online UPS systems are majorly used for critical business applications in several sectors, owing to which high demand for these systems is being witnessed in the industry as they provide instant power backup.
By geography, the global Data Center UPS Market is segmented into North America, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Europe, South America, and the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
North America holds the largest market share for data center UPS. With the high internet penetration in the region coupled with enormous amount of data being uploaded on the internet every second has attributed to the significant rise in the number of data centers being built in the region. There are large investment projects coming up in the forecast period by major tech giants. For instance, Google's parent company Alphabet's CEO Sundar Pichai said that after spending $9 billion in 2018 on data center and office construction, the company would up the ante in 2019 to $13 billion.
However, APAC is not far enough and will take over North America in terms of market share by the end of the forecast period. Besides, APAC will post the highest CAGR of ~15% during the forecast period. In APAC, it is expected that during the forecast period, internet penetration will grow at a significant rate due to rapid urbanization and infrastructure enhancement by government and private entities, especially in developing countries like China and India. For instance, CtrlS Datacenters, a company based out of India, announced in 2018 that it would invest ~$292 million (Rs. 20,000 million) in the country and open three new data center in the region. China also witnessed a rise in the construction of data centers by companies like China Mobile, Alibaba, China Unicom, and others. With rising internet penetration, massive chunk data will be produced, and data centers will be required to store and process the data.
Key players are adopting strategies such as investing in R&D, new product launches, expansion in distribution channels to stand out as strong competitors in the market. Global Data Center UPS Market is a fragmented market with the presence of various global and regional players in the market. The major players include Emerson, Ametek Inc., Eaton, ABB Ltd, and Mitsubishi Electric. Other key players in the market include General Electric Co., Delta Electronics Inc, Siemens, Schneider Electric S.A, and Toshiba Corp.
In May 2018, Delta Electronics, Inc., the world-leading thermal management and energy-saving solutions provider, today announced the launch of its new mid-range Ultron HPH 160-200 kVA online double conversion uninterruptible power supply (UPS). With the addition of its latest Ultron HPH, Delta now offers a UPS family that includes models to cover all capacities ranging from 20 kVA to 200 kVA. The new model delivers efficiency, power, and high availability for mid-sized enterprise Solutions, telecommunication data centers, financial institutions, and industrial automation and control.
In March 2018, American startup ZincFive was set to launch a modular uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system for data centers, based on Nickel-Zinc batteries. Nickel-Zinc cells have been around for more than a century - they were originally developed by serial inventor Thomas Edison - but the Solutions were limited due to a low number of charge cycles, an issue ZincFive claims to have solved.