DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Data Center UPS Market - Global Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
In-depth Analysis and Data-driven Insights on the Impact of COVID-19 are included in this Global Data Center UPS Market Report.
The data center UPS market has witnessed a significant evolution over the last decade. The market is currently witnessing the implementation of rack-level (1U to 3U size) UPS systems to overcome frequent power fluctuations and outages. Vendors are offering UPS systems with varied capacities, ranging from 10 kVA to 1,500 kVA. As UPS systems are a critical infrastructure component in the data center design, the increasing adoption of advanced technology such as cloud services, IoT, and big data analytics has increased the rack power density and server virtualization. The growth in rack power density and the construction of multiple data center campuses with a power capacity of over 50 MW have necessitated the demand for redundant UPS capacities with N+N, 2N, and 2N+N redundant systems.
Construction and logistic processes in the data center industry are likely to get affected due to the outbreak of the corona pandemic. Construction contractors have halted their structural and infrastructure construction amid the outbreak of COVID-19. Non-essential construction projects have been brought to a halt to prevent the spread of the virus. The pandemic has already delayed the construction of new facilities. For instance, Facebook's Ireland data center, which is in its final development phase, identified workers displaying flu-like symptoms. Hence, the pandemic is likely to delay several structural and infrastructure-related work, thereby hindering the growth of the data center market.
The report considers the present scenario of the data center UPS market during the forecast period and its market dynamics for the forecast period 2020-2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report profiles and examines leading companies and several other prominent companies operating in the market.
This research report includes detailed segmentation by system capacity, systems, tier standards, and geography. North America is strongly driving the global data center UPS market, with several recent activities targeting the construction of hyperscale facilities with over 20 MW of power capacity. The market has been witnessing a strong growth of UPS systems in the last few years, coupled with the high deployment of large and medium facilities. The high procurement of AI-based infrastructure solutions, which are growing the rack power density over 15 kW, will be a major driving factor growth of the rack-level systems market.
Key Company Profiles
- Schneider Electric
- Piller Systems (Active Power)
Other Prominent Vendors
- AEG Power Solutions
- AMETEK Powervar
- Borri Group
- Controlled Power Company
- Cyber Power Systems
- Delta Group
- Fuji Electric
- Gamatronic (SolarEdge)
- Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
- KOHLER (Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd.
- Natron Energy
- Riello UPS
- Shenzhen KSTAR Science and Technology
- Tripp Lite
- ZAF Energy Systems (ZAF)
Other Battery Vendors
- Exide Technologies
- SBS (Storage Battery Systems)
- Vision Group (Shenzhen Center Power Tech)
Fiamm (Hitachi Group)
Opportunities & Trends
- Use of Lithium-Ion Batteries In Data Centers
- Emergence of Nickel-Zinc & Prussian Blue Sodium-Ion Batteries
- Adoption Of DC UPS Systems To Reduce Power Loss
- Increasing Adoption of Advanced Battery Monitoring Solutions
- Increasing Deployment of Edge Data Centers
- Growing Investments From Colocation Providers
- Rising Construction of Hyperscale Data Centers
- Growing Power Consumption & Rack Power Density
- Adoption of Modular Power Infrastructure & Modular Data Centers
Power Outages to Increase Redundant Ups Adoption & Monitoring Solutions
- Increase In Power Outages Caused By Equipment Failure
- High Maintenance & Inefficiency Rising OPEX
- High Procurement Cost For Lithium-Ion UPS Systems
Fuel Cells Reducing Ups Adoption In Data Centers
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