The global direct current (DC) power systems market is mature, primarily because it serves the telecommunications (telecoms) end-user vertical. Spending on equipment purchases in the telecoms vertical have slowed down, thereby slowing growth of the DC power systems market, especially in mature economies.
However, in contrast, growth is emanating from regions that do not already have a telecommunications backbone but are investing in building this infrastructure. Companies that have established a presence in these regions—namely the Middle East and African continent—are benefitting from increased government impetus for telecoms infrastructure.
Product and technology differentiation is minimal in this market. Hence, the market is ripe for mergers and acquisitions as evidenced by the recent acquisition of Eltek by Delta in early 2015. Companies with diverse skill sets are building synergies and the market is poised to witness more such acquisitions.
Product development is at an all time high, where energy efficiency is being pushed higher while ensuring high reliability.
The total global market for DC power systems was estimated at $ Billion in 2015 and is expected to reach over $ Billion by 2021.
About this report
The global market for direct current (DC) power systems is a highly competitive market, especially among Tier I companies. The latest acquisition of Eltek by Delta has created a significant shift in the global competitive landscape. This research provides a top-level overview of companies in the low, medium, and high power categories in the global DC power systems market. It also provides a top-level assessment by region which is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World.
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