Global Modular Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) Market, Forecast to 2023

Global Modular Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) Market, Forecast to 2023

Data Centre Advancements Drive Market Penetration

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10-Jan-2020
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Research Code: MEB8-01-00-00-00
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Right sizing backup power has for long been an unmet need for end users. Businesses face the challenge of anticipating their growth over time, which eventually leads them to face issues with backup power requirement. There is a trend where end users tend to deploy a UPS system configured for a larger power range to accommodate future growth. In reality, there are two key challenges associated with this issue. The first one is they end up paying for the additional power they will not use initially. The second issue arises when they do not grow their business as anticipated. Modular UPS systems address these challenges effectively with their inherent flexibility and scalability, i.e., modules can be added or made redundant according to requirement. The modular rack mounting configuration offers customers the advantage of swapping a faulty module with a new one without interruption to the working process of the whole UPS.

Data centres are the largest end-user verticals for modular UPS systems, accounting for nearly 50% of the total revenue. Given the nature of data centres, they are also the segment that prefers this pay-as-you-grow model the most. This is a key factor driving modular UPS market revenue. The demand for data transfer and storage has significantly increased in the last few years and is expected to increase further during the forecast period. This demand for data transfer and storage has resulted in storage and computing solutions becoming more complex and advanced in nature, creating a strong shift towards modularity. The data centre by itself is increasingly becoming modular; i.e., a shift from the traditional brick and mortar model to a self-contained modular design. The evolution of modular data centres will play a crucial role in the adoption of modular UPS systems.

The global modular UPS market is still in its growth stage, with a lot of potential for penetration in the future. The awareness level has been increasing steadily in the last five years. Currently, it accounts for nearly 13% of the total UPS market. From a regional perspective, North America (NA) is the biggest market for modular data UPS systems, although it is only marginally ahead of China and Europe. It is also noteworthy that China is the single biggest country in the world for modular UPS revenue; it is also expected to be the fastest growing region during the forecast period. While modular UPS revenue in western regions is primarily driven by the data centre vertical, China’s revenue is spread across other end-user verticals, with a specifically strong government and infrastructure vertical.

Author: Gautham Gnanajothi

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Table of Contents

Modular UPS Market—Key Findings

Modular UPS Market—Market Engineering Measurements

Modular UPS Market—Market Engineering Measurements (continued)

Market Definitions

Market Definitions (continued)

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Modular UPS Market Segmentation by End-user Vertical

Modular UPS Market Segmentation by Power Range

Modular UPS Market Segmentation by Region

Modular UPS Market Trends

Modular UPS Market Trends (continued)

Modular UPS Market Trends (continued)

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Market Engineering Measurements (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements (continued)

Forecast Assumptions

Total Modular UPS Market—Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Total Modular UPS Market—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by Region

Total Modular UPS Market—Regional Snapshot

Total Modular UPS Market—Regional Snapshot (continued)

Total Modular UPS Market—Regional Snapshot (continued)

Total Modular UPS Market—Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Region Discussion

Revenue Forecast by Region Discussion (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Region Discussion (continued)

Total Modular UPS Market—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

Total Modular UPS Market—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical Segment Discussion 2020

Total Modular UPS Market—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by Power Range

Total Modular UPS Market—Revenue Forecast by Power Range

Revenue Forecast by Power Range Discussion

Market Share

Market Share (continued)

Competitive Analysis

Competitor Profile—Huawei

Competitor Profile—Schneider

Competitor Profile—Vertiv

Competitor Profile—ABB

Competitor Profile—Eaton

Growth Opportunity—Edge Computing

Strategic Imperatives for for Success and Growth

North America—Revenue Forecast

North America—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

North America—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

North America—Revenue Forecast Discussion

Europe—Revenue Forecast

Europe—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

Europe—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

Europe—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical Discussion

China—Revenue Forecast

China—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

China—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

China—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical Discussion

ROAPAC—Revenue Forecast

ROAPAC—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

ROAPAC—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

ROAPAC—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical Discussion

ROW—Revenue Forecast

ROW—Per Cent Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

ROW—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical

ROW—Revenue Forecast by End-user Vertical Discussion

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List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

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Right sizing backup power has for long been an unmet need for end users. Businesses face the challenge of anticipating their growth over time, which eventually leads them to face issues with backup power requirement. There is a trend where end users tend to deploy a UPS system configured for a larger power range to accommodate future growth. In reality, there are two key challenges associated with this issue. The first one is they end up paying for the additional power they will not use initially. The second issue arises when they do not grow their business as anticipated. Modular UPS systems address these challenges effectively with their inherent flexibility and scalability, i.e., modules can be added or made redundant according to requirement. The modular rack mounting configuration offers customers the advantage of swapping a faulty module with a new one without interruption to the working process of the whole UPS. Data centres are the largest end-user verticals for modular UPS systems, accounting for nearly 50% of the total revenue. Given the nature of data centres, they are also the segment that prefers this pay-as-you-grow model the most. This is a key factor driving modular UPS market revenue. The demand for data transfer and storage has significantly increased in the last few years and is expected to increase further during the forecast period. This demand for data transfer and storage has resulted in storage and computing solutions becoming more complex and advanced in nature, creating a strong shift towards modularity. The data centre by itself is increasingly becoming modular; i.e., a shift from the traditional brick and mortar model to a self-contained modular design. The evolution of modular data centres will play a crucial role in the adoption of modular UPS systems. The global modular UPS market is still in its growth stage, with a lot of potential for penetration in the future. The awareness level has been increasing steadily in the last five years. Currently, it accounts for nearly 13% of the total UPS market. From a regional perspective, North America (NA) is the biggest market for modular data UPS systems, although it is only marginally ahead of China and Europe. It is also noteworthy that China is the single biggest country in the world for modular UPS revenue; it is also expected to be the fastest growing region during the forecast period. While modular UPS revenue in western regions is primarily driven by the data centre vertical, China’s revenue is spread across other end-user verticals, with a specifically strong government and infrastructure vertical. Author: Gautham Gnanajothi
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