Persistence Market Research’s exclusive report on the global DC-DC converters market offers key insights on how the adoption of DC-DC converters will incur traction in the foreseeable future. The report has addressed several factors influencing the expansion of the global DC-DC converters market for the assessment period, 2017-2025. During this period, the global DC-DC converters market is forecasted to expand steadily at a CAGR of 5%. By the end of 2025, DC-DC converters worth over US$ 5 billion are expected to be sold across the globe. Increasing integration of power conversion modules in electronics devices, growing non-uniformity in DC power distribution, and advancements in electricity grids are observed to drive the growth of the global DC-DC converters market during the forecast period.
Continuous Tracking of DC-DC Converters: Key Challenge for Manufacturers
The study has profiled leading manufacturers of DC-DC converters, which include General Electric, Texas Instruments, Inc., Ericsson, Delta Electronics Inc., Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Vicor Corporation, Bel Fuse Inc., ON Semiconductor, Cosel Co. Ltd, FUJITSU, Infineon technologies AG, Mornsun Guangzhou Science & Technology Co. Ltd, ST Microelectronics, PICO Electronics, and Artesyn Embedded Technologies. These companies are anticipated to be active in expansion of the global DC-DC converter market throughout the forecast period. However, catering to the end-use requirements, DC-DC converters available in the market are being compelled to undergo transformation. The need for continuous DC-DC conversion tracking has gained traction in the past few years.
With expanding electricity grids and increasing incidence of power loss, end-users of DC-DC converters are demanding the enabling of continuous tracking. In 2017 and beyond, several manufacturers of DC-DC converters are expected to extend the abilities of their products by including continuous tracking. With continuous tracking, DC-DC converters can be effectively monitored and incidences of power overload, power outage or power loss can be avoided.
In the view of evolving applications, manufacturers are opting for high-performance designs in development of DC-DC converters. For enabling these converters the ability to continuously track external voltage references with current source, sink capability and close tolerances is becoming a concerning challenge. Manufacturers must allow the use of external reference source for facilitating continuous tracking of DC-DC converters. However, the load-current changes will continue to create errors in tracking abilities and the static tracking performance of tracking regulators will change adversely.
IT & Telecom to Represent Largest End-user for DC-DC Converters
According to the report findings, the global DC-DC converter market is anticipated to register largest end-use applications in the IT and telecommunications sector. During the forecast period, revenues procured from global sales of DC-DC converters in IT & telecom industry are expected to surge at a CAGR of 5.7%. The report also projects that the demand for DC-DC converters will gain traction in the healthcare and automotive industry. In 2016, more than US$ 760 million worth of DC-DC converters were sold across automotive applications in the world. Between 2017 and 2025, the application of DC-DC converters in consumer electronics manufacturing is expected to register 1.5X times growth in revenues.
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Besides the end-use applications, the report has analyzed the global DC-DC converter market on the basis of output power, output number, input voltage, form and products. The study has also developed a regional analysis on the expansion of the global DC-DC converter market. By 2025, the Asia-Pacific region is likely to dominate the global DC-DC converter market, pertaining to the growing telecommunication businesses in the region. During the forecast period, the Asia-Pacific DC-DC converter market is likely to register a value CAGR of 5.8%, reflecting fastest revenue growth compared to other regions.
On the basis of geography, the DC-DC converter market is segmented into various regions, which include North America, Latin America, Europe, China, Japan, SEA & Others of APAC, and the Middle East & Africa. The North America DC-DC converter market is expected to dominate the global DC-DC converter market due to the high adoption of and demand for DC-DC converters from approximately all major industry verticals and due to the presence of resources required for the implementation of DC-DC converters in the region. Asia Pacific, China, and Japan jointly held a share of approximately 38% of the DC-DC converter market in 2017. Moreover, the DC-DC converter market has high potential in SEA & Pacific and China owing to the presence of an unaddressed market and the high demand for DC-DC converters from countries such as China and India.