UPS market continues to grow due to need for hardware uptime


The development of backup power stations across commercial units has also created a tremendous demand for UPS systems. 
The next few years are expected to be crucial for manufacturers of hardware technologies. 
Despite formidable advancements in electric networks, the risk of power cuts and outages still haunt industrial and commercial units. 
Furthermore, common shortfalls such as arbitrary surges, sags, and brownouts can also place a huge financial toll on company resources. 
These are key drivers of demand within the global UPS market. The presence of dedicated IT chambers across companies and organisations has also aided market growth.
There is little doubt about increased revenue-generation across the global UPS market in the years to follow. 
Researchers are looking at developing improved alternatives to this technology and successful execution of such a technology could cause roadblocks for growth across the global UPS market. 
However, the proven effectiveness and wide-scale adoption of UPS will continue to drive demand across the market.
Transparency Market Research (TMR) predicts that the global UPS market will grow at a respectable CAGR of 7.8% over the period between 2018 and 2026. 
The total value of the global UPS market is expected to touch US$10,745.9 Mn, growing from a value of US$ 5,539.2 Mn in 2017.
The advent of cloud technologies, coupled with the growing relevance of big data, has created an undelayable need for data centres across multiple regions. 
Seamless functioning of data centres holds tremendous value for several other industries and sectors which has played an integral role in propelling demand within the global UPS market.
Most companies require IT services, ranging in from nominal tasks to huge-scale operations. 
Asia Pacific to emerge victorious in the race for market growth
The UPS market consists of five major regional segments, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and South America. 
The omnipresent nature of hardware technologies has given a thrust to all the regional UPS markets. However, the Asia Pacific UPS market is especially growing at a stellar pace. 
Several companies based out of the US and UK outsource their operations to data centres and BPO units in India.
Indian companies have struck successful deals, collaborations, and memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with foreign IT players. 
This has led to numerous technology transfers through bilateral business networks. Hence, there is a high possibility of fresh revenues streaming into the Asia Pacific UPS market in the following years.

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