In the comprehensive area of Power Electronics, the efficient control and transmission of electric power into different end-user components digitally is possible through Digital Power electronics. The range of applications varies from power management to convertors with efficiency in the power conversion and less power wastage. The Digital processing is comprised of on and off stages through active control of input and output regulations.
Digital Power Electronics and its main application of the digital processing are the current focus of the Global Electronics industry. The growth in the Digital Electronics market is mainly driven by the increase in the applications in various sectors including smart grid and smart cards, Power sector along with lighting, telecommunications. The use of Digital power supplies (SMPS) for numerous applications is to decrease the size and weight of the passive components and to qualify fast regulation power supply which is functioned at high frequencies.
This report from IndustryARC gives an in-depth analysis and segmentation of the Global Digital Power Electronics market. The market is segmented by Substrate Wafer Materials, components, applications, geographic regions and key countries. The market is also analyzed from the core applications and IC manufacturers to give a comprehensive understanding of the Digital Power Electronics market. Pricing analysis and value chain analysis will give key insights into the value addition as well as the market pricing scenario. Forecasts are provided for all the market segmentation for the period 2016 -2021.
Competitive landscape for each of the product types is highlighted and market players are profiled with attributes of company overview, financial overview, business strategies, product portfolio and recent developments. Market shares of the key players for 2015 are provided.
Profiled in this Report are:
- Intel Corporation,
- Texas Incorporation,
- Rockwell Automation,