Ericsson-LG iPECS UCP IP Phone System. Design Your Business Communications.
Ericsson-LG iPECS UCP IP Phone System is Ericsson-LG Enterprise’s unified communications platform designed to meet SMB and Enterprise communications needs. As groundbreaking an innovative platform, iPECS UCP provides out of box UC and Mobility solution. In addition, iPECS UCP is scalable for premium UC.
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Easy and economical UC.
iPECS UCS Standard server is built in UCP. Users can use video, IM, audio conference, visual voicemail, as well as voice calls on one platform. An external server, iPECS UCS Premium server provides more various collaboration features.
Increase reliability with distribution architecture.
Geographical / Server redundancy and T-Net features provide high reliability and make management very easy for both local and remote offices.
Anytime & Anywhere Connectivity.
iPECS UCS mobile client, Communicator, Mobile Extension, DECT, and Wi-Fi terminals are optimized. Mobile communications are available both in and out of the office.
Improved business performance.
iPECS CCS, IPCR, Attendant, NMS, Voice Mail, Click Call, and Microsoft Lync are optimized. These applications help users build a unified and efficient communications solution fit with user’s business situation.
Simple installation and management.
Web management (i.e. install wizard) based on HTML5 helps the administrator can install easily and changes the configuration simply.
Capacity can be expanded by a simple license. Users can save on initial cost and can invest for an additional license as their business grows.
Ericsson-LG iPECS UCP IP Phone System features:
- iPECS UCS Client Support
- Mobile Extension
- Auto Attendant/Voice Mail Group
- E-Mail Notification
- Centralized Voice Mail
- Embedded Hotel Features
- Embedded SIP
- Automatic Call Distribution (ACD)
- One Number Service
- Web Administration
- Web Call Back
- Centralized Control T-NET
- System Geographic Redundancy