The DC-DC converter market is projected to grow at a CAGR 14.68% rate from 2021 to 2026. The major factors include the increasing demand for high performance & cost-effective electronic modules, adoption of IoT, and innovations in surgical equipment for digital power management & control.
Sixteen brick segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Improvement in power supply technology, predominantly the efficiency of MOSFET switches, have allowed suppliers to improve the bricks’ power density and sizes. The demand for sixteenth brick DC-DC converters is increasing due to a surge in the mid-range IT & communications, and process control, & automation power applications that are shifting from multiple-output power modules to fully regulated intermediate bus converters, and which require compact DC-DC converter that save space for core components.
5V segment is expected to lead the market due to the growing demand for electric vehicles, small UAVs, medical equipment, and consumer electronics, among others. These verticals are powered with 48V or less input voltage, and this voltage is typically required to step down to a lower intermediate bus voltage, specifically to either 12V, 5V, or even lower, to power the boards support within the system.
The automotive segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. In anticipation of the growing popularity of next-generation eco-cars, which are effective in reducing hazardous substances in exhaust emissions and carbon emissions levels, TDK-Lamda Corporation (Japan) is working to revolutionize automotive DC-DC converters and on-board chargers further.
APAC is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period due to the increasing demand for electronics application such as laptops and cellphones. The telecom industry in APAC countries such as China, Japan South Korea, and Singapore are focusing on upgrading their network infrastructure for boosting 5G infrastructure, which will ultimately boost the demand for 5G-enabled devices, which will drive the market.
Key Market Players include General Electric (GE) (U.S.), Ericsson (Sweden), Texas Instruments (U.S.), Murata Manufacturing Co. Ltd (Japan), and Delta Electronics, Inc. (Taiwan).
Key Questions Addressed by the Report
· What are the key dynamics, such as drivers, opportunities, and trends, governing the DC-DC converter market?
· What are the key sustainability strategies adopted by the leading players operating in DC-DC converter market?
· Which are the applications wherein the DC-DC converter market plays a significant role?
· What are the key trends and opportunities in the DC-DC converter market across different regions and their respective countries?
· Who are the key players and innovators in the ecosystem of the DC-DC converter market?
· Which supplier of DC-DC converter had the maximum share in the market in 2018?
· How is the competitive landscape changing in the client ecosystem, and how is this change impacting the revenues of companies?
1.1. Market Definition
1.2. Study Scope
1.3. Study Period
1.4. Market Stakeholders
2. Research Methodology
2.1. Secondary Research
2.2. Primary Research
2.3. Research Design
2.4. Data Validation
2.5. Limitations and Assumptions
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Dynamics
4.1.1.Growing Adoption of Environment-Friendly Electric Vehicles
4.1.2.Increasing Use of DC-DC Converters in Electric/Fully Electric Aircraft
4.1.3.Incorporating New Power-Saving Architectures in DC-DC Converters
4.1.4.Rising Use of Thick Film Hybrid DC-DC Converters in Space Applications
4.1.5.Increasing Power Requirements of Networking Infrastructure
4.1.6.Growing Requirement for Reliable Power Supply Units for Use in Out-Patient Care Equipment
4.1.7.Rising Demand for Energy-Efficient Devices/Appliances Across the Globe
4.1.8.Growing Number of Data Centers Across the Globe
4.2.1.Development of Miniaturized DC-DC Converters
4.2.2.Development of DC-DC Converters With High Switching Frequencies
4.2.3.Increased Demand for Digital Power-Based DC-DC Converters
4.3.1.Heating Issues in DC-DC Converters
4.3.2.Inability of DC-DC Converters to Switch-Off During No-Load Situations
5. DC-DC Converters Market, By Vertical
5.1.1.Fuel cell vehicles
5.1.3.Hybrid electric vehicles
5.1.4.Plug in hybrid electric vehicles
5.2. Aerospace & Defense
5.4. Industrial Robots
5.4.2.Chemicals, paper, and plastics
5.4.4.Electronics and electricals
5.4.5.Food and beverages
5.5. Server, Storage, and Network
5.6. Audio Visual
5.8. Consumer electronics
6. DC-DC Converters Market, By Input Voltage
6.1. Less than 40v
6.3. More than 70v
7. DC-DC Converters Market, By Output Voltage
7.5. More than 24V
8. DC-DC C0nverters Market, By Output Power
8.1. Less than 20W
8.4. More than 100W
9. DC-DC Converters Market, By Output Number
10. DC-DC Converters Market, By Form Factor
10.1. Eighth Brick (1/8)
10.2. Quarter Brick
10.3. Half Brick (1/2)
10.4. Full Brick
10.5. Sixteen Brick (1/16)
11. DC-DC Converters Market, By Product Type
12. Regional Analysis
12.1. North America
12.2.4. Czech Republic
12.3. Asia Pacific
12.3.4. South Korea
12.4. Rest of the World
12.4.2. Saudi Arabia
13. Company Profiles
13.1. TDK-Lambda Corporation
13.2. Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd
13.3. Delta Electronics, Inc.
13.4. Infineon Technologies AG
13.5. Artesyn Embedded Technologies
13.6. Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.
13.7. Texas Instruments Incorporated.
13.8. Flex Ltd.
13.9. Vicor Corporation
13.10. FDK Corporation
13.11. Traco Electronics AG
13.12. Recom Power GmbH
13.13. Crane Aerospace & Electronics
13.15. BEL Fuse Inc.
*Company introduction, financial information, recent developments, SWOT analysis
14. Conclusion and Recommendations
15.2. Related Reports