Demand for Under 5 kVA UPS Driven by Battery Quality, New Applications

7/8/2003 - In the recently released multi-volume study entitled "The 2002 Power Protection Market Intelligence Program," Venture Development Corporation (VDC) concluded in its North American Demand Analysis that the under 5 kVA UPS market is poised for extensive transition over the next five years. Global consumption of battery-powered Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) of all ranges is expected to increase at a relatively modest compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.95% through 2006. Within the highly competitive North American under 5kVA market, this growth should be driven primarily by consumer requirements for improved battery performance and an expanding set of applications, for the following reasons:

About the Study
The report, "The 2002 Power Protection Market Intelligence Program: Volumes I - VIII" (North America (under and over 5kVA), Europe (under and over 5kVA), Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and North American Demand Analysis for under and over 5kVA), is a multi-client study designed to provide subscribers with relevant and up-to-date market intelligence to support strategic marketing and product planning decisions. This report includes:

Venture Development Corporation, a technology market research and strategy firm, was founded in 1971 by graduates of Harvard Business School and MIT. Over the years, VDC has developed and fine-tuned a unique and highly successful methodology for forecasting and analyzing dynamic technology markets. VDC has extensive experience in providing analysis in electronic components markets. This includes both multi-client and customized consulting engagements in a broad spectrum of related topics including switching power supplies, surge suppressors, fuel cells, static transfer switches, and others.

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