The DC-DC converters market size is projected to grow from USD 8.5 billion in 2019 to USD 19.8 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 15.0% from 2019 to 2025. The market is expected to witness substantial growth in North America and Asia Pacific during the forecast period due to increasing adoption of electric vehicles, aircraft orders, and development of the telecom sector in these regions. Increasing adoption of electric vehicles, adoption of more electric aircraft to reduce carbon footprint, and decrease in price are key factors driving the global industry.
Based on vertical, the telecommunication segment is projected to lead the DC-DC converters s market during the forecast period.
Telecommunication is projected to lead the DC-DC converters market due to the transition from 3G/4G network to 5G. This will lead to the shift from larger, macro base stations to smaller solutions which require low power demands. Key players are developing products to match the rapid development in the communication industry. For instance, in June 2018, Murata launched its 1 kW DRQ-11.4/88-L48 series of quarter brick, intermediate bus, DC/DC converter modules that addresses the growing power requirements of high-reliability networking and telecommunications infrastructure equipment. The need for power supply for communication equipment is also growing at a fast-pace due to the increasing adoption of broadband-enabled mobile devices, resulting in driving the global DC-DC converters s market.
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Companies from the US, China, Japan, and Taiwan are investing heavily towards the development of DC-DC converters. Developments such as miniaturization, low power device, non–isolated POL converters, and digital power management in DC-DC modules, among others are expected to open opportunities for the growth of the market.
Of the various verticals, the automotive segment is projected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period. The growth of this segment can be attributed to significant investments being made by various players to launch electric vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid vehicle. This will lead to the rising demand for vehicle electronic systems such as car infotainment, body electronics, and security systems. In turn, this will require multiple port DC-DC converters to distribute low voltage power for various electronics. Thus, key players have been focusing on developing converters with more efficiency and higher power density at a cost-effective solution.
Based on the output power, the 20-100W DC-DC converter is projected to be the fastest-growing segment in the market, driven by its use in military, medical, and aerospace applications. The increasing need for electronic devices in these sectors will drive the demand for DC-DC converters. Innovations in end-user technologies, such as the design of 3G, 4G, & 5G systems, increasing usage of smartphones, general packet radio service (GPRS), voice over internet protocol (VoIP), and power over ethernet (POE) are driving the demand for 20W-100W DC-DC converters.
Based on the output number, multiple output segment is estimated to be the fastest-growing segment. The various analog and digital circuits need several different supply voltages to operate, which has led to the increasing use of multiple output DC-DC converters. Converters with multiple output voltages are used in numerous applications where two voltages of the same magnitude but the opposite sign (phase) are available on the output. Moreover, where high power and space constraint plays a crucial role, multiple output number DC-DC converter is preferred. For instance, satellites, UAVs, and electric aircraft require multiple output DC-DC converters.
By region, the APAC DC-DC converter market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Countries such as China, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea are technologically advanced and have undertaken numerous developments for power supply equipment. Key players in APAC, such as TDK Lambda (Japan), Murata Corporation (Japan), Dela Electronics (Taiwan), and Lite-On (Taiwan), are investing in the development DC-DC converter.
Manufacturers in Asia Pacific are competing with global rivals in various sectors such as automotive, electronic devices, and industrial components. For instance, Japan’s automotive industry is on par with their western counterparts. China, Japan, and South Korea are driving the market for DC-DC converters. China is a major producer of electronic devices such as air conditioners, laptops, and cell phones, among others, which, in turn, is expected to drive the demand for DC-DC converters to a great extent.
Asia Pacific is projected to be high growth potential markets for DC-DC converters s during the forecast period.
The DC-DC converters market in North America is expected to witness substantial growth during the forecast period. Increasing usage of smartphone, industrial robotics for manufacturing plants, and consumer electronics are key factors driving the growth of the market in the region over the forecast period.
Major DC-DC converters players have manufacturing plants in Asia Pacific, due to low labor cost, and government policies. These manufacturers are giving fierce competition to its global rivals in various sectors such as automotive, electronic devices, and industrial components. China, Japan, and South Korea are estimated to drive the market for DC-DC converters s. These countries are major manufacturers of electronic devices such as laptops, cell phones, and integrated circuits, among others, which is expected to drive the demand for DC-DC converters.
Some of the major players in the DC-DC converters market include General Electric (GE) (US), Lite-on Technology (Taiwan), Delta Electronics (Taiwan), Ericsson (Sweden), Texas Instruments (US), Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd (Japan), and Delta Electronics, Inc. (Taiwan).
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