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Data Center UPS Market Size, Industry Outlook Report, Regional Analysis, Application Development Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 – 2024

The global DataCenter UPS Market size is anticipated to surpass USD 6 billion by 2024. The global market is said to experience a stable growth on account of the rising adoption levels of UPS solutions in different businesses to counteract falling tolerance levels pertaining to disconnections in data transmission and data loss. Growing demands from major application segments such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems, cloud storage, application servers, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, data warehouses, etc. are also projected to boost the demand from 2016 to 2024.

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Increasing cloud computing implementation along with the sensitive & omnipresent data requirements has promoted the data center UPS installations. Other aspects helping the market growth are high-performance computing, augmented adoption levels of Software as a Service (SaaS), online gaming & media streaming etc. The usage of handy UPS systems has gained importance, which is further projected to spur the data center UPS market growth. However, strong competition and the lack of end-product differentiation are likely to hinder the market growth.

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The global market is categorized as products and regions. The products sector is further segregated into small (20-200 kVA), medium (200.1-500 kVA), and large (500+ kVA) data centers. The small data centers segment is said to dominate the global market since they suffice the needs of small & medium-scale businesses (SMBs). The small data center UPS sector dominated the market in 2013 occupying half of the overall revenue. It is further expected to dominate the market over the forecast period. The large and medium data center UPS sectors are also expected to experience high growth.

Regionally, North America was the dominant regional data center UPS market in 2015 and it is further projected to experience a considerable growth in the near future. The United Kingdom, Germany, and France are likely to occupy significant market revenue in the Europe region. The Asia-Pacific region is also estimated to experience high growth over the next few years.

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The major market players include Clary Corp.; Emerson Electric Co.; Belkin International Inc.; Schneider Electric SA, Eaton Corp.; General Electric; Gamatronic Electronic Industries; and Toshiba Corp. All such players have undertaken measures in order to enhance their market share through inorganic growth, resulting in steady market growth.

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