LONDON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Technavio has announced the top seven leading vendors in their recent global data center power market report until 2020. This research report also lists five other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.
One of the important drivers for the global data center power market is the increased construction of green data centers. The increase in carbon emissions and increasing electricity consumption of high capacity data centers is pushing the demand for green data centers that are energy efficient and capable of saving resources, thus reducing the overall carbon footprint.
“Apart from the demand for green data centers, increase in data center investments, increase in data center power outages, and growth in data center power density are the key drivers of this market. Together, these factors are forecast to push the market to grow to almost USD 29 billion, at a CAGR of almost 15%,” says Abhishek Sharma, one of the lead market research analysts at Technavio for data center research.
Competitive vendor landscape
Vendors in this market space are focusing on power distribution units (PDUs) that are intelligent. These intelligent PDUs are essential in transferring power to the demanding infrastructure such as server, storage and network infrastructure of a data center. This type of PDUs will be the most widely adopted, providing an edge to vendors who have also integrated all data center power infrastructure solutions with DCIM software for efficient monitoring and management. Vendors are also focusing on offering software that aids in real-time monitoring of data center power consumption by any given infrastructure segment.
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Top seven vendors in the global data center power market:
ABB provides automation and power technologies to diverse industries, including utilities, transport, infrastructure, and other industries. The company sells its products in more than 100 countries. In FY2015, the company generated revenue of around USD 35 billion, where its power product revenue recorded higher growth compared to other segments. In FY2015, all the business segment revenue declined compared to FY2014 because of low lower base orders and large orders.
Delta Electronics is a global power management solutions provider. It offers energy efficient power products, including UPS and PDUs. The company has R&D facilities in various countries, including Taiwan, China, Europe, India, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and the US. In power electronics segment, it offers a comprehensive selection of high-efficiency power supplies, thermal management, and electronic components and systems for use in portable devices, cloud computing infrastructure, home appliances, and medical device applications.
Eaton provides power management services. It serves various end-markets, including agriculture and forestry, aviation, community infrastructure, construction, data centers, energy, government and military, healthcare, machine building, mining, metals and minerals, oil and gas, and residential.
It provides electrical, industrial, residential, single phase power quality, emergency lighting, fire detection, wiring, circuit protection, and lighting products and structural support systems. These products are used in commercial buildings, data centers, residences, apartment and office buildings, hospitals, factories, and utilities.
Emerson Network Power
Emerson Network Power is one of the leading providers of critical infrastructure technologies and life cycle services for ICT systems. It has a presence in more than 150 countries worldwide with support from local service providers and around 3,500 infrastructure service professionals.
It provides hardware and software solutions for thermal, power, and infrastructure management, enabling efficient and highly available infrastructure. In 2015, the company reported a net sale of USD 22.3 billion. Compared to 2014, the net sales of the company were down by 2% due to reduced industrial capital spending in sectors such as oil and gas and energy-related markets, along with impact from currency translations.
GE Industries Solutions
GE Industrial Solutions provides products and services, centering the electrical infrastructure from the substation to the facility's critical infrastructure and all the power technologies between it. It works as a subsidiary of General Electric.
The company operates as the sub-segment under GE's energy management segment which focuses on providing advanced technology solutions for the management and optimization of electrical power. It provides products such as circuit breakers, relays, switchgear, arresters, repair, and panel boards for various markets which include data center, telecom, and mining. The company generated revenue of USD 7.6 billion in the FY2015, which is around 4% higher compared to FY2014.
The company is a global leader in electrical and digital building infrastructures that include areas such as user interface, energy distribution, building systems, cable management, digital infrastructure, UPS, and installation components.
On September 28, 2015, Legrand acquired Raritan, one of the leading providers of intelligent PDUs for data centers worldwide. The company is also involved in offering KVM, infrastructure management, and serial solutions for data centers. Together Legrand and Raritan is involved in offering transformers, circuit breakers, measurement and monitoring solutions, UPS, capacitor banks, PDUs, DCIM software, KVM-over-IP, and serial-over-IP products.
Schneider Electric is involved in offering products and services with expertise in automation management, electricity distribution, and components for energy management. It reported a revenue of USD 30.23 billion in 2015. Compared to 2014, the revenue of the company increased by around 7% in 2015, because of the steady growth in IT business and building and partner segments.
It offers critical infrastructure products and solutions for data centers worldwide, including power infrastructure solutions through its IT business segment. The product portfolio of the segment includes UPS, surge protection devices, PDUs, software management services, and more.
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