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
16 Nov 2018  |  Global
Efficient Power Quality Driving the Demand for Harmonic Filters
A harmonic filter is used to eliminate the harmonic distortion caused by electrical appliances. The role of harmonic filter is critical of the commercial and industrial sector as it can cause malfunctioning of the system, leading to downtimes and increases in operating costs. With latest technological advances and upgrades of infrastructural reform...
03 Jul 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Technology Innovation and Emerging Business Models Open Up New Avenues for Growth
Power backup market, especially Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), is gaining a lot of attention due to the demand-supply gap in power distribution, thus providing a vast platform for innovation. This research service covers the UPS systems and service market in Asia-Pacific, with 2015-2022 as the study period. The base year is 2017 and the foreca...
27 Mar 2018  |  Global
Growing Solar PV Installations in Asia to Drive Inverter Market Growth
The rapid expansion of renewables based power generation is expected to play a significant role in the growth of the inverter market in the coming years. The market is expected to grow steadily over the medium term and decline after 2020. The growth will be driven mainly by solar photovoltaic (PV) installations mainly in Asia and North America whic...