DUBLIN, Aug. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The “Data Center UPS Market – Global Outlook & Forecast 2023-2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The global data center UPS market is projected to reach a value of $7.94 billion by 2028 from $5.44 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 6.49%
The global demand for data centers fueled the growth of the data center UPS market. This surge in demand has led to increased operator investments, creating fresh prospects for UPS vendors.
North America has dominated the global data center UPS market, followed by APAC, Western Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, Nordics, Africa, and Central & Eastern Europe.
Emerging markets such as South Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Malaysia are experiencing notable growth, primarily due to rapid digitalization and increased connectivity in those regions. Moreover, countries like the Philippines, New Zealand, and Vietnam are also witnessing new investments in their data center infrastructure, indicating their growth potential in the data center UPS market. These markets attract attention from operators who recognize these locations’ unique advantages and preferences.
Vendors are investing extensive resources in R&D to cut the energy consumption of IT infrastructure by as much as 50%. However, the rising demand has pushed many providers, particularly in developing nations, to put in place high-performance infrastructure, leading to an average rack power density of about 10 kW in those countries.
The widespread adoption of cutting-edge technologies like IoT, big data, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in sectors such as BFSI, education, government, and private and public entities worldwide, combined with the expansion of 5G networks, has significantly augmented data generation. As a result, there has been a substantial boost in data center investments globally.
The lithium-ion data center battery market is anticipated to account for 30% and 40% by 2024. Modern UPS systems are being transformed to adopt a modular design and use less space inside facilities to keep up with changing needs. A significant increase in data generation and storage, a decreasing tolerance for downtime, and a growing focus on sustainability are among the predicted trends. As a result, the adoption of lithium-ion batteries will likely increase significantly, causing the market share of VRLA batteries to decline significantly.
Adoption of Advanced UPS Batteries
The utilization of lithium-ion batteries in the data center UPS market is primarily driven by two key factors: the need for reduced space and lower operating expenses (OPEX). These benefits are achieved through less frequent battery replacements and maintenance requirements.
A modular UPS system employs a rack-type enclosure that includes battery cabinets positioned at the bottom of the UPS or in separate racks. The system features vertically stacked hot modules, which can be expanded by adding additional modules whenever there is a requirement for greater power capacity or increased redundancy.
Adoption of DC UPS Systems to Reduce Power Loss
Many colocation providers globally are actively designing OCP-ready data centers, which are anticipated to incorporate DC power systems. Furthermore, numerous enterprises are contemplating adopting the data center design practices employed by hyperscale operators. This shift is driven by the desire to reduce operating expenses (OPEX) and enhance operational efficiency.
The development of data centers boosts the global data center UPS market. Several new entrants are entering the industry for the development of data centers. Hyperscale operators are also increasing their market presence with investment in cloud regions. Almost all regions across the globe have witnessed investment in data centers in 2022, which also fuels the growth of the data center UPS market.
Regarding UPS infrastructure, the market is growing for UPS systems with 500-1,000 kVA capacities. In contrast, the growing number of hyperscale facilities will grow the scope of adoption of UPS systems with capacities of over 1,000 kVA. The on-premises data centers will continue to invest in adopting UPS systems with capacities of up to 500 kVA.
While the development of data centers primarily concentrates on prominent cities worldwide, the progress in tier II and tier III cities is still in its early stages. Nevertheless, the increasing adoption of technologies in smaller locations relatively distant from major urban centers is gaining momentum, particularly in deploying edge data centers.
KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED:
- How big is the data center UPS market?
- What is the growth rate of the data center UPS market?
- Who are the key players in the data center UPS market?
- What are the key trends in the data center UPS market?
- How many MW of power capacity is expected to reach the data center UPS market by 2028?
No. of Pages
2022 – 2028
Estimated Market Value (USD) in 2022
Forecasted Market Value (USD) by 2028
Compound Annual Growth Rate
Market Opportunities & Trends
- Edge Data Center Investments Driven by 5G Deployment
- Adoption of Advanced Ups Batteries
- Software-Defined Power & Data Center Infrastructure Automation
- Adoption of Dc Ups Systems to Reduce Power Loss
Market Growth Enablers
- increased Rack Power Density
- Increased Redundant Ups Adoption Due to Power Outages
- Ups Battery Failures
- Dearth of Skilled Workforce
- Increased Opex Due to Inefficiency & High Maintenance Cost
- High Procurement Cost of Lithium-Ion Ups Systems
Key Vendor Profiles
- Schneider Electric
- Piller Power Systems
Other Prominent Vendors
- AEG Power Solutions
- AMETEK Powervar
- Bxterra Power Technology
- Controlled Power Company
- Cyber Power Systems
- Delta Electronics
- Fuji Electric
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
- Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics
- HITEC Power Protection
- HITZINGER Electric Power
- Huawei Technologies
- KEHUA Data (KEHUA Tech)
- Marathon Power
- Mitsubishi Electric
- Natron Energy
- Riello Elettronica Group
- Shenzhen KSTAR Science and Technology (KSTAR)
- SolarEdge Technologies
- Tripp Lite
Prominent Battery Providers
- Exide Technologies
- FIAMM Energy Technology
- Haze Battery
- HBL Power Systems
- Power Sonic
- Storage Battery Systems (Exponential Power)
- Vision Group (Shenzhen Center Power Tech)
- ZAF Energy Systems
Segmentation by UPS Battery Technology
Segmentation by UPS Systems
- < =500 kVA
- >500-1,000 kVA
- >1,000 kVA
Segmentation by Tier Standards
- Tier I & II
- Tier III
- Tier IV
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