LG-Ericsson, Accton launch joint venture targeting U.S. business voice market

LG-Ericsson USA officially stepped into the North American market today with a broad portfolio of scalable end-to-end data and voice networking solutions for businesses ranging in size from SMBs (small- and medium-sized businesses) to large enterprises.

Combining the resources and research and development talent of Korea's LG-Ericsson and with those of Taiwan's Accton, LG-Ericsson USA is developing communications solutions that will include a comprehensive suite of IP PBX systems and a full complement of business-class digital, IP, WiFi, SIP, soft phones, and multimedia terminals. The lineup will also include a host of smart, fully-managed and unmanaged switches with a robust Network Management Services (NMS) and Unified Device Manager (UDM) platform to provide easy management.

"The launch of LG-Ericsson USA will, for the first time, provide SMBs and large enterprises with a portfolio of scalable, performance-oriented, unified end-to-end data and voice network solutions from a single manufacturer," said S.B. Mun, CEO of LG-Ericsson USA.

Those solutions will provide its customers with cost and operational efficiences as well as interoperability they seek, he added.

For more:
- see the news release

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