On January 9, 2019, TDK-Lambda (Japan) completed the acquisition of Nextys, headquartered in Switzerland. This acquisition is expected to enhance the DIN rail power supplies and accessories portfolio of TDK-Lambda. Nextys, a company involved in designing and manufacturing of DIN rail power supplies and accessories that already compliments the TDK-Lambda’s solution. With the integration of Nextys power supplies and expertise, TDK-Lambda will be able to offer its products in the market such as medical equipment, semiconductor-manufacturing equipment, and renewable energy equipment, and further improving the bottom-line of its core customers.
Analysis by MarketsandMarkets™:
According to Ashish Mishra Associate Manager: Semiconductor and Electronics at MarketsandMarkets™ shares his point of view as mentioned below:
The inclusion of Nextys’ innovative products/solutions for DIN rail powered equipment to the portfolio of TDK-Lambda, the leading market player in industrial power supplies, will consolidate the prospect of development business for both players. As DIN rail power supply market is growing much faster than many other segments and the specialist expertise of the Nextys will enhance TDK-Lambda’s position as market leader in the power supplies segment. The acquisition of Nextys’ by TDK-Lambda will further strengthen its capabilities into the power supply market.
Power Supply Market:
A power supply is a device that accepts an AC power input, rectifies and filters it and then applies the resulting DC voltage to a regulator circuit that provides a constant DC output voltage. There are wide varieties of AC-DC and DC-DC power supplies that can have an output voltage from less than 1 V to thousands of volts and output power ranging from 0.1 W to thousands of watts. AC-DC and DC-DC power supply applications from verticals such as lighting, industrial, consumer electronics, and medical are driving the power supply market by integrating it in various devices such as street lighting, home lighting, wearable bands, smartphones, and patient-monitoring devices. The power supply market is estimated to grow from USD 25.00 billion in 2017 to USD 34.92 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.7% from 2018 to 2023.
Source: MarketsandMarkets™ Analysis