LG-Ericsson USA Hybrid Telephone System Delivers Innovative, Easy-to-Use VoIP Solution for SMBs

Updated: January 07, 2011

IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ --LG-Ericsson USA, a leading provider of voice and data communications solutions for the SMB and enterprise markets, today announced the availability of the ipLDK-60 Hybrid Key Telephone System, a feature-rich, easy-to-use and manage hybrid Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMB).

Designed to simplify voice communications for even the smallest of offices, ipLDK-60 reduces costs by eliminating the need for a separate PBX for call handling. Easy-to-install and manage, the ipLDK-60 is a scalable hybrid communications solution that supports up to 48 digital or analog extensions and provides maximum flexibility by enabling users to utilize a variety of terminals including digital, analog, and IP phones, and fax machines. The system's robust feature set includes text messaging, caller ID, conferencing, call recording, call coverage, and voice-over on camped on calls.

Ideal for growing small- and medium-sized companies, the ipLDK-60 supports both analog (PSTN) trunks, and digital and SIP trunks enabling users to migrate the voice communications infrastructure to a full VoIP solution using affordable, easy-to-install IP expansion cards.

Designed to reduce costs, the ipLDK-60 enables authorized managers to monitor call traffic and implement forced call control using Least Call Routing (LCR) which pre-selects the least expensive call routes for lowest cost and greatest value. To maximize productivity, the system provides voice mail notification to users' cell phones and supports 15-party conferencing.

"The ipLDK-60 system provides SMBs with an affordable, easy-to-use voice communication system that provides scalability to support growth and gives companies the ability to transition from the legacy analog telephone infrastructure to a state-of-the-art VoIP solution affordably and at a time that makes sense for the company," explained Tony Stramandinoli, Vice President of Marketing at LG-Ericsson USA

"The business-class feature set incorporated into the system provides SMBs with a full-featured telephony solution that makes even the smallest businesses sound like a large corporation, while minimizing the overall cost of ownership and maximizing the productivity of the staff

About the LG-Ericsson ipLDK-60 Hybrid Key Telephone System

The LG-Ericsson ipLDK-60 offers simplicity and intelligence in a single compact platform that provides a business-class voice communications solution for up to 48 digital, analog or IP extensions

The hybrid system can support a maximum of 24 +9 trunks including 24 digital trunks (T1-PRI) and a combination of up to 12 analog trunks or eight SIP trunks. The ipLDK-60 can support a maximum of 48 stations through a combination of up to 47 analog, 40 digital KTU, 16 IP KTU (wired and wireless), and four door phones. The system can support up to 36 central office (CO) line ports.

Equipped with a 10/100Mbps Ethernet port for VoIP, the ipLDK-60 can also be managed via modem or RS-232C. Remote maintenance and software upgrades can be managed through the LAN or PSTN modem.

The robust feature set of the ipLDK-60 solution includes: auto hold, call forwarding, call coverage, call log, call parking, call screening, camp on, conferencing for up to 15 parties, Do Not Disturb, Meet Me paging, messaging, mobile phone support, multi-lingual display, speed dial, music on hold and background music (13 music sources), automatic call distribution, account codes, alarms, Direct Inward Dialing (DID), CO line distinctive ringing, emergency call service, internal/external paging, wake-up service, full-featured attendant and voicemail capabilities.

The LG-Ericsson ipLDK-60 is backed by 24/7 technical support and a limited lifetime warranty and is available in North America via our dedicated value-added resellers at a list price of less than $1000.

About LG-Ericsson USA

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., LG-Ericsson USA is a joint venture between LG-Ericsson and Accton Technology. LG-Ericsson USA combines its core competencies in both data networking and IP-based telecommunications technology to deliver to SMBs and enterprises affordable, integrated data networking and voice communications solutions that offer reduced costs, ease-of-management and improved functionality. LG-Ericsson USA's robust portfolio of end-to-end solutions includes enterprise-class wired and wireless data networking products and VoIP telephony solutions.

For more information, visit LG-Ericsson USA at: http://www.lgericssonus.com.

© 2010 LG-Ericsson USA, Inc. LG, Ericsson and the LG-Ericsson logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of LG Electronics and Ericsson in the United States and/or other countries. Other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Information is subject to change without notice. All rights reserved.

SOURCE LG-Ericsson USA

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