17:23 | 10.11.2017
Top 5 Vendors in the Global Battery Market in Telecommunications – Technavio

has announced the top five leading vendors in their recent global
battery market in telecommunications report from 2017-2021.
This market research report also lists 22 other prominent vendors that
are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

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Technavio has published a new report on the global battery market in telecommunications from 2017-2021. (Graphic: Business Wire) Competitive vendor landscape
Globally, many vendors are present in the global battery
market in telecommunications and the market is almost in the
developing stage (not completely developed). There is a competition for
higher market share by several small and medium enterprises as well as
large market players. The competition among existing players is likely
to increase due to the introduction of increased investments and new
technologies in the market. Local or regional vendors are dominating the
market in many underdeveloped and developing countries. The need for
energy-efficient technology is predicted to drive the growth of the

According to Thanikachalam Chandrasekaran, a lead analyst at Technavio
for energy
storage research, “One of the key factors driving the growth
of the market is the rise of green telecom towers. In North America,
particularly in the US, telecom tower and infrastructure operators are
under tremendous pressure to reduce their carbon footprint. Thus, green
telecom power systems are being used by manufacturers of telecom power
systems to expand their product portfolio. Diesel generators are being
predominantly used in the telecom sector. Therefore, diesel accounts for
more than two-fifth of the total operating expenditure.”
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Technavio market research analysts identify the following key
East Penn Manufacturing
East Penn Manufacturing offers lead-acid batteries, wires, cable
products, and battery accessories. It operates through four
subsidiaries: East Penn Canada, East Penn International, Ecoult, and MK
Battery. The business segments of the company are classified into
transportation, motive power, reserve power, and wire and cable. The
company sells its products through its private labels, including
distribution through major auto parts retailers across North America.
The company markets, manufactures, and distributes industrial batteries
and related products such as outdoor cabinet enclosures, chargers,
battery accessories, and power equipment. EnerSys offers
customer-support and related after-market services for industrial
batteries. They majorly manufacture lead-acid batteries. These products
are used to provide backup power to critical applications, applications
for computer and computer-controlled systems, telecommunications
systems, and other specialty power applications.
Exide Technologies
Exide Technologies serves the complex stored energy needs of customers
worldwide. They offer services and systems that enhance vehicle
performance and fleet utilization and to aim to reduce the risk of
temporary power supply interruptions. Through its transportation
segment, Exide Technologies offers a full range of SLI and lead-acid
batteries for a multitude of applications. These products are made to
fit automotive, trucks, SUVs, marine fleets, heavy-duty commercial
vehicles, RVs, and many other niche applications.
GS Yuasa
The company designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of
batteries, power supply systems, lighting equipment, and other
electrical equipment worldwide. GS Yuasa offers chargers, power tools,
sensors and gas generators, battery analyzers, and membrane systems. The
company’s R&D division focuses on improving the operational efficiency
of existing products and solutions.
Saft manufactures and markets non-rechargeable and rechargeable
batteries. The company sells its products in Europe, North America,
Asia/Oceania, MEA, and South America. Some of the company’s subsidiaries
are Saft Australia, Saft Batteries, Saft UK Ltd, Saft SAS, Alcad AB, and
Saft Finance Sarl. The company caters to aviation, defense, marine, oil
and gas, railways, space, and telecom industries. Saft is one of the
major players in the primary battery market and offers primary lithium
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