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#EVSLDN17: Who will run the Communications Platform of the future? January 31, 2017

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SONY DSCThe future is about providing a VoIP platform that people can integrate and develop on, to solve both specific and generic customer problems.

With an ever increasing number of Service Providers considering whether to buy or build their own platforms, there is a huge question of who will be running the Communications platform in the future. Service Providers, Vendors, System Integrators and Developers are all trying to work out what their role is going to be in this new world of communications and they may as well have to fight for their very future and relevance.

Find out more from the experts at the European VoIP Summit 2017
at the QEII Centre in London on 9th March:

  • Dean Elwood – CEO, Voxygen
  • Rob Pickering – MD, IPCortex
  • James Slaney – Co-founder, Dubber
  • Rob Cox – Commercial Director, Mondago
  • Prof. Matthew Wilson – CEO, Telecoms Cloud
  • Mike Wilkinson – VP Marketing & Product Management, Lumeon

These are just some of the experts who will be discussing the dynamics, providing input from all parts of the ecosystem and sharing their views on market opportunities for Service Providers.


With the Service Provider Pass you can bring your colleagues along to discover ideas on how to prepare for your future. It includes 3 tickets for £300+VAT offering you 20% off each ticket when bought together.

Book your ticket here

If you have any questions, please get in touch. We look forward to seeing you on the 9th of March!

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European VoIP Summit Amsterdam: Last chance to book your seat with only 12 tickets left! October 3, 2016

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The European VoIP Summit is only one week away and over 100 delegates from around 35 service providers have already registered to join us on the 11th of October at Hotel Arena in Amsterdam.

This is our 3rd summit and the first in Amsterdam, and it brings together traditional telcos and innovative cloud companies and suppliers for a day of insightful panel discussions and keynote presentations on how the market is developing.

Top-level industry experts and market leaders such as Liberty GlobalKPNBluefaceDestinyFuzeNFON and Voiceworks will share their views and unique experiences in the European VoIP space.

The event is empowered by our Gold Sponsors, top vendors AudioCodesBroadsoft and Genband, and our exhibitors Panasonic BusinessSiphonPolycom and Yealink.

Last but certainly not least, Cavell will be launching its new European VoIP market reports, covering Benelux, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain and Italy. Our geographical expansion will offer you a more accurate overall picture of the market, so if you are interested in finding out more, please stay tuned.

All in all, we are witnessing history in the making, so book now to avoid disappointment!

If you have any questions, please get in touch.
We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!

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Cavell Group’s Benelux VoIP Research Report shows a highly competitive Hosted VoIP market in the Netherlands December 14, 2015

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Cavell’s latest research shows that the Dutch Hosted VoIP market has a total of 820,000 Hosted VoIP business subscribers and now leads mainland Europe in terms of Hosted VoIP penetration in the business market.

Rob Kurver, Cavell’s Benelux Analyst, stated:

“The Netherlands market is so advanced because we have a combination of factors at play that has helped the adoption of these services. The Netherland market has good broadband coverage, is deregulated and Cavell have identified over 60 new businesses emerge to serve the market. Traditionally Hosted VoIP services have been adopted first by the SME market and the Netherlands benefits from a large number of small businesses.”

Within the 60 Service Providers that have emerged to serve the Dutch market, there are the traditional incumbent providers such as KPN and Ziggo, but also some very successful new Service Providers such as RoutIT, Voiceworks and Voys who have helped to create such a strong competitive marketplace. What is interesting is that 75% of the total number of seats are provided by top 10 providers so Cavell expects that there will be increased M&A activity in the future as the market consolidates.  If we compare Netherlands with the UK, where Cavell have been publishing research for over 10 years, we see that the UK has 86 providers and although with a lot smaller potential market, the Netherlands has over 60 which highlights the strength and competition in the market.

Cavell held a launch event last week in Amsterdam and Brussels with some key Service Providers in each individual market attending and look forward to seeing them again at the European VoIP Summit on the 1st of March in London. We will also be releasing further reports on the Hosted VoIP market in other European regions in 2016.

The report is available for purchase from our website: http://goo.gl/rm4OF4

To find out more contact:

Rob Kurver – Benelux Analyst: rob.kurver@cavellgroup.com

Dominic Black – UK & European Analyst: dominic.black@cavellgroup.com