Critical Power

Globally, operating in a digital economy, enterprises have learned to embrace many emerging technologies such as Cloud computing, Software-defined network, and Virtualization. This has forced IT organizations around the globe to address the insatiable need for 24X7 availability of modern mission critical computing infrastructure. At the growing rate of digital consumption, it becomes imperative for companies to run their facilities around the clock with near-perfect uptime and energy efficient climate control technologies.

Frost & Sullivan’s Critical Power Program Area focuses on the following technologies and services that sustain the operations in a range of sectors including datacenters, telecom, hospitals, airports and banks:

  • Uninterruptible Power Systems
  • Power Conversion
  • Datacenter Infrastructure
  • Precision Cooling
  • Power Quality
  1. 15 May 2015  |  Global

    Global Power and Cooling in the Data Centre Market

    Managing the Evolving Architecture

    Globally, the data centre uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and cooling markets are mature, where growth rates have recovered from relatively dull performances in 2012 and 2013. Increasing demand for data storage, security, and speed, along with growth in colocation and cloud services are driving UPS and cooling revenues. North America and Europe ac...


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  2. 20 Mar 2015  |  Global

    Analysis of the Global Non-renewable Inverter Market

    Growth in Asia-Pacific Propels the Market

    The non-renewable inverter market continues to see higher growth in regions where the power infrastructure is still highly unreliable. This research identifies market trends, the competitive landscape, and insights into the power inverter and inverter/charger segments of the non-renewable inverter market. The study covers 4 regions: North America, ...


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  3. 20 Feb 2015  |  Asia Pacific

    Australia and New Zealand Enclosures Market

    Growth in Infrastructure and Construction Investment Drives Demand

    Enclosures are used across a range of end-user sectors. The development of end-users directly affects enclosure demand. In Australia and New Zealand, market revenue declined between 2012 and 2014 due to reduced capital expenditure in key end-user sectors such as power, utilities, and mining. Revenue will return to normalized growth in 2015, driven ...


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  4. 29 Jan 2015  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa

    Strategic Analysis of the Middle East Power Cables Market

    Opportunity Analysis for the GCC, Egypt, and Iraq

    This study gives a detailed analysis of the power cables market in the Middle East. The countries covered include the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Egypt, and Iraq. The market revenues consider medium-voltage power cables (between 1 kV and 33 kV), high-voltage power cables (between 33.1 kV ...


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