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UK IP/SIP Trunking Market reaches 570,232 July 23, 2012

Posted by Matthew Townend in VoIP Numbers.
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Following the completion of illumes biannual industry research, we can report that the IP/SIP trunking market has reached 570,232 trunks. This figure represents  continued strong growth from the previous period, and shows no signs of slowing up with Service Providers reporting strong funnels in the coming months.

We also looked at where this base was being sold in terms of company size please see chart below:

As you can see by the chart above the market is still dominated by large organisations, who generally have delivered IP/SIP trunks over quality enabled networks. However we are starting to see the impact of both EFM and FTTC  technologies, which will open up the SME opportunity further.

Also Enterprise provider were starting to see customer utilise Microsoft Lync as a replacement to an onsite PBX, and 60% of providers we undertaking testing of Microsoft Lync with their SIP/IP Trunking solutions.

We will be updating our Market reports in August to reflect this latest report. To find our more about our research please go to http://www.illumeconsulting.co.uk/research.shtml

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1. David Hill - July 24, 2012

We are going to have to wait a long time for the report on the illume site

It currently announces proudly:

UK IP/SIP Trunking Market Report & Forecast 2012

Etc etc etc

Report price: £576.00 inc. VAT.

Published April 9th 20121

I suspect that I won’t in 18,109 years to read it but I’m ever hopeful

Matthew Townend - August 2, 2012

David

Well Spotted it will be changed this morning thanks

Matt


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