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
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...$4,950.00
14 Jan 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Cloud Computing and Colocation Trends Push Demand for Resilient, High-Efficiency, Large-Power Systems
This Asia-Pacific uninterruptible power supply (UPS) study examines revenue forecasts, analyzes competitor market shares, and discusses the impact of Mega Trends for the period from 2012 to 2020. The base year is 2014, and the forecast period is from 2015 to 2020. The market is segmented into industrial and commercial applications and further discu...$3,500.00
20 Feb 2015  |  Asia Pacific
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 ...
24 Sep 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Participants to Compete on the Basis of Creating Differentiation Across the Product Life Cycle
The global data center market is witnessing buoyant growth at a time of increased penetration of co-location and cloud computing businesses. An integrated, efficient, and scalable power infrastructure is paramount in order to sustain the demand arising out of the emerging data center trends, such as server virtualization, installation of blade serv...
24 Jul 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Increasing Trend in Scalability and Modularity in Critical IT Operations is Set to Drive the Market
Businesses are increasingly relying on digital media support through real-time communication with stakeholders to carry out their regular operations. This will prove to be the biggest driver for power infrastructure services. Enterprise-wide integration in communication and decision making is leading to a heavy reliance on data sharing and data sto...
24 Oct 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Infrastructure Solutions Ease Uncertainties through Modularity, Scalability, and Controllability
The rapid expansion in data center capacities and the subsequent need to control the rack level energy consumption will pave the way for the data center infrastructure solutions market. Considering the introduction level of the market lifecycle of data center infrastructure solutions, this research service aims to present a framework to build a gro...
24 Sep 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Large Project-based UPS Market to Create Strong Demand for End-to-End Infrastructure Solutions
This research service covers the current state and future growth opportunities for the uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) market in the Asia-Pacific region. It provides an overview of the key market drivers and restraints, and their impact on revenue estimation during the forecast period. It provides a detailed analysis of the UPS market by power...
02 May 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Cost Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Speed to Delivery are the Key Value Propositions
Shortage of power and cooling capacity, and the lack of physical space for data center expansion will result into the growth of modular data centers, to be used as an optimal solution to place additional servers into existing racks and create a higher density per rack. This will give rise to a new avenue of business opportunity for modular power an...$4,950.00
29 Jan 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Japan to Lead the Way with 76.9 Percent of Installed Charging Stations by 2020
Following the Kyoto Protocol, countries in the Asia-Pacific region are motivated to adopt ‘green’ measures and reduce CO2 emission from automobiles and industries. One of the key focuses is to have 20.0 percent of total vehicles on road to be electrical vehicles by 2020. EVs are ’zero’ emission vehicles. Hence, the EV charging infrastructur...$3,500.00