According to figures from the agency IHS in 2013 the global market for power supplies grew by only 2.4% over 2012, reaching $ 20.7 billion. Leaders in this market continues to be Taiwan’s Delta Electronics, with a share of 17%. After it come the U.S. Emerson and Lite-On Technology, with shares of 8% and 7%. Behind the big three, there are seven groups or Asian Americans, each with a market share of 3%. Among them names such as Murata and GE (General Electric) Energy. Overall, the 10 major groups representing 53% of the global market; the remaining 43% is divided among several smaller companies.