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Asia Pacific Commercial Uninterruptible Power Supply Market

  • Publication Date:July 2009
  • Publisher:Frost & Sullivan
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:150

Asia Pacific Commercial Uninterruptible Power Supply Market

Diversity in Product and Service Offerings Sustaining Business Continuity in the Asia Pacific Commercial UPS Market

While the Asia Pacific commercial uninterruptible power supply (UPS) market is expected exhibit discouraging growth in the short term due to the global economic turmoil, the outlook for the medium and long term looks encouraging with resistive areas such as the energy sector waiting to be tapped. Infrastructure development and the expanding population have unleashed an ever-increasing demand for power, making the introduction of power grids highly necessary. Higher technical expertise in energy storage systems also paves the way for high-capacity UPS growth in the long run. In Japan, wind power is gaining traction as the country eases its dependence on oil and gas. The IT/ITEs and financial sectors, which do not offer much scope in the near future, are expected to rebound eventually, providing a fresh impetus for the UPS market. "The constant concern over reliability and lack of power quality has always been driving the Asia Pacific commercial UPS market," notes the analyst of this research service. "As IT managers are aware of and emphasize virtualization, there is a growing adoption of such technology."

The market is fiercely competitive, particularly in East Asia. Numerous participants are in the fray and considering the innumerable options to choose from, end users have become highly price sensitive and discerning. The top five market participants held sway over the market, controlling over 57.4 percent of the total Asia Pacific commercial UPS market in 2008. The influx of products from China and Taiwan has exerted pricing pressure on products and services, constraining profit margins, particularly in the small UPS segment.

Innovation and continuous product development are critical to success in the commercial UPS market. As electronic devices become increasingly complex, power quality assumes greater significance and the UPS market is striving to obtain the cutting edge. For instance, to obtain smaller footprint, product development engineers are under pressure to design compact UPS models with minimal R&D budget and manufacturing cost. For online UPS, manufacturers and clients must collaborate to deliver customized solutions or products for niche applications. "Going forward, the green approach is a surefire route to advance business growth in the commercial UPS market," adds the analyst. "Participants must go the extra mile to educate and create awareness in the market as this will serve to create a more receptive response for the highly efficient 'green' products in the commercial UPS market."

Market Sectors

Expert Frost & Sullivan analysts thoroughly examine the following market sectors in this research:

By Topology:

  • Standby (off-line)
  • Line-interactive
  • Online/double-conversion

By End-user Vertical:

  • Information technology (IT) and IT-enabled service (ITES)
  • Finance
  • Telecommunication
  • Energy (oil and gas and power utility)
  • Others (manufacturing, military, healthcare, transportation, and chemical)

Technologies

The following technologies are covered in this research:

  • UPS
  • Stationary lead acid battery
  • 1. Executive Summary
    • 1.1 Market Overview
    • 1.2 Research Scope and Objectives
    • 1.3 Key Research Findings
  • 2. Total Asia Pacific Commercial UPS Market
    • 2.1 Overview
    • 2.2 Market Snapshot
    • 2.3 Industry Challenges
    • 2.4 Market Drivers and Restraints
    • 2.5 Market Drivers
    • 2.6 Market Restraints
    • 2.7 Revenue Forecasts
    • 2.8 Revenue Forecasts by Power Segment
    • 2.9 Percent of Revenues by Power Segment
    • 2.10 Revenue Forecasts by Phase Type
    • 2.11 Percent of Revenues by Phase Type
    • 2.12 Percent of Revenues by End-user Sector
    • 2.13 Percent of Revenues by Geographic Region
    • 2.14 Market Trends by Geographic Region
    • 2.15 Market Trends
    • 2.16 Competitive Analysis
    • 2.17 Distribution Analysis
  • 3. East Asian Commercial UPS Market
    • 3.1 Market Engineering Measurements
    • 3.2 Overview
    • 3.3 Revenue Forecasts
    • 3.4 Revenue Forecasts by Power Segment
    • 3.5 Revenue Forecasts by Phase Type
    • 3.6 Percent of Revenues by Phase Type
    • 3.7 Percent of Revenues by End-user Sector
    • 3.8 Revenue Forecasts by Geographic Region
    • 3.9 Percent of Revenues by Geographic Region
    • 3.10 Competitive Analysis
  • 4. Southeast Asian Commercial UPS Market
    • 4.1 Market Engineering Measurements
    • 4.2 Overview
    • 4.3 Revenue Forecasts
    • 4.4 Percent of Revenues by Power Segment
    • 4.5 Revenue Forecasts by Power Segment
  • . 4.6 Revenue Forecasts by Phase Type
    • 4.7 Percent of Revenues by End-user Sector
    • 4.8 Revenue Forecasts by Geographic Region
    • 4.9 Percent of Revenues by Geographic Region
    • 4.10 Percent of Revenues by Phase Type
    • 4.11 Competitive Analysis
  • 5. Australasian Commercial UPS Market
    • 5.1 Market Engineering Measurements
    • 5.2 Overview
    • 5.3 Revenue Forecasts
    • 5.4 Revenue Forecasts by Power Segment
    • 5.5 Percent of Revenues by Power Segment
    • 5.6 Revenue Forecasts by Phase Type
    • 5.7 Percent of Revenues by Phase Type
    • 5.8 Percent of Revenues by End-user Sector
    • 5.9 Revenue Forecasts by Geographic Region
    • 5.10 Percent of Revenues by Geographic Region
    • 5.11 Competitive Analysis
  • 6. Appendix
    • 6.1 Terms and Definitions
    • 6.1 Glossary of Terms
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