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Data Center PDU Market Size, Share, Trends, Analysis Report by Product (Busway, Floor, & Rack PDU), Rack PDU (Basic, Metered, Monitored, Switched and Managed), End-users (Colocation and Enterprise Data Center), and Geography (North America, APAC, Southeast Asia, Western Europe, Nordic, Central & Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Competitive Landscape, Share & Forecast, 2020–2025
|MARKET SIZE (REVENUE)||USD 2.8 BILLION (2025)|
|MARKET SIZE (POWER CAPACITY)||7,120 MW (2025)|
|Market Segments||Product (Busway, Floor, & Rack PDU)Rack PDU (Basic, Metered, Monitored, Switched and Managed)End-users (Colocation and Enterprise Data Center)|
|Countries Covered||US, Canada, Brazil, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Ireland, Denmark, Finland & Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Russia & Czech Republic, Poland & Austria, GCC, South Africa, Morocco, China & Hong Kong, Australia & New Zealand, India, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia|
The global data center PDU market size by revenue is expected to cross USD 2.8 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The implementation of 5G has commenced in multiple countries across the globe, which will have a major impact on the global power distribution unit (PDU) market, with telecommunication providers partnering data center service providers in establishing edge data centers. Data center operators are also partnering with local and global infrastructure providers to offer services such as installation and commissioning. The rising demand for data centers will increase the opportunity for PDU infrastructure providers to innovate their products and help operate facilities at higher efficiency. The global data center PDU market has evolved significantly in the last decade, with innovations focused on improving efficiency and reducing space in the facilities.
The use of traditional floor PDU has decreased considerably, where modular floor systems are adopted among data centers. The increasing awareness to reduce power consumption and wastage and improve efficiency in data centers is driving the adoption of intelligent PDUs in facilities. The use of basic PDUs will continue to decline throughout the forecast period, aiding in the growth of intelligent products in the market. There is an increasing need among colocation facilities to meter and monitor customer rack power consumption, which has led to the growth of intelligent solutions among colocation end-users.
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The increasing rack power density and the need to operate facilities at low PUE are increasing the adoption of busway systems. Reduced installation costs and high-reliability efficiencies are the major benefits of busway systems. The global data center busway market is dominated by the US with the highest investment of around 45%, followed by China & Hong Kong, Germany, Denmark, Canada, the Netherland, and the UK. Colocation service providers are the major investors in busway systems along with hyperscale data center operators.
The increase in hyperscale facilities development in North America, APAC, Western Europe, and Nordic countries is boosting the demand for the rack PDU market. Developing regions such as Latin America and Middle Eastern countries will witness an increase in the development of hyperscale facilities during the forecast period, which will increase the market for rack PDUs. The majority of colocation and cloud based service providers are likely to adopt intelligent, metered, and monitored systems during the forecast period.
Basic PDUs are among the common rack PDU device used in a traditional data center environment. In 2019, the use of existed among smaller facilities with less rack capacity and supplied with a power of less than 500 kW. The use of basic systems accounted for over 6% of the market investment. Over the last five years, there has been an increasing awareness among facility operators to monitor power distribution to IT racks in the facilities. A majority of basic solution deployments is identified among developing countries.
Many vendors are offering intelligent or smart PDU systems in the market. Metered systems, which include both metered by inlet and metered by outlet, currently dominates and account for around 35% data center PDU market share of the investment. North America, Western Europe, China & Hong Kong, India, Nordic, and South East are the major adopters of metered systems and hold major investment share. The increase in adoption of monitored switched, and managed systems, along with a decline in ASP will reduce its contribution to the market by 2025.
The increasing procurement of DCIM solutions that enable end-to-end remote monitoring is the major driver for the adoption of monitored PDUs. Also, enterprises involved in operating data centers in multiple locations can remotely monitor the power consumption and perform load-balancing functions. However, the cost of monitored systems various significantly from the procurement perspective in the market. The major challenge identified in the use of monitored systems is in the networking layer. Monitored are suitable for an automated data center environment, which is gaining increased traction in the data center PDU market. Automation enables service operators to create thresholds in power distribution of rack PDUs, which enables high-end load balancing tasks.
Colocation providers have predominantly adopted busway systems for power distribution. The adoption of hot/cold aisle deployments has grown significantly in these environments. With the increasing interest shown by colocation providers to operate facilities at a PUE of less than 1.40, these facilities are being equipped with intelligent PDUs that aid in overcoming wastage of power at the rack-level. Colocation facilities will continue to drive the data center PDU market during the forecast period, with facilities being built with at least 500 racks or modular facility construction that feature at least 40 racks PDUs in a hot/cold aisle containment of 20 racks.
Although colocation is gaining increased traction among enterprise facilities owing to the higher CAPEX involved in the construction of data centers, there are several organizations that are adopting prefabricated solutions for on-premise deployments. These prefabricated solutions mostly include intelligent solutions that enable remote monitoring of the facility. Developing countries are the major contributors to the data center PDU market. Basic systems still dominate on-premise deployments in developing countries while hyperscale operators deploy intelligent systems.
North America has been a major contributor to the power distribution market, with many recent activities targeting the construction of hyperscale facilities with over 20 MW of power capacity and with rack power density of over 15 kW. The US is the largest market for both busway systems and rack PDUs with the increasing construction of hyperscale and colocation facilities. Small and medium facilities from enterprises and governments are still adopting floor and rack systems. With the increasing adoption of HPC resources, the market for the busway system is expected to grow along with rack solutions. The data center rack PDU market has witnessed an increase in the deployment of metered and monitored systems along with the increase in popularity of switched\managed. The adoption of intelligent systems offering remote monitoring, metering, and switched functionality has grown significantly. The US is the major adopter of metered and switched systems. The market is expected to witness a decline in the adoption of basic systems during the forecast period.
The data center PDU market has a strong presence of global and regional vendors that are offering end-to-end power infrastructure solutions. The market has witnessed several innovations in PDUs in the last years for cost-effectiveness, increase flexibility in the installation of the systems, and easy management of solutions in a complex data center environment. Traditional floor solutions have been replaced by busbar trunking systems among several facilities. Most of the competition is related to pricing, configuration, and features offered by the PDU solutions. The brand power plays an important role in leading vendors offering other power infrastructure solutions competing with pure-play market leaders.
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