Our History

2010
Now
2000
2009
1896
1999

2010~Now

2019

  • - New Service Provider solutions,
        introducing iPECS Cloud UC with VoLTE & 5G

2018

  • - Virtualized Unified Communication Platform,
    launching “iPECS vUCP”

2017

  • - Geographic expansion of “iPECS Cloud”

2016

  • - Commercial service launching “iPECS Cloud”

2015

  • - Premium Application Terminal “LIP-9050/9071”
  • - New Design Digital Terminal “LDP-9200 Series”

2014

  • - Compatible Hybrid Communications Platform
    “iPECS eMG800"
  • - Unified Communications for LME “iPECS UCE”
  • - Small Call Center Solution “iPECS Report Plus”

2013

  • - Established Ericsson-LG Enterprise,
        a subsidiary company of Ericsson-LG
  • - SMB Contact Center Suite “iPECS CCS”
  • - Unified Communications Platform “iPECS UCP”
  • - Hybrid Communications Platform “iPECS eMG80”
  • - IP Terminal “LIP-9000 Series”

2012

  • - LG-Ericsson renamed as Ericsson-LG

2011

  • - IP Terminal “LIP-8000E/IP8800ESeries”

2010

  • - Established LG-Ericsson
  • - Converged and voice solution “SBG-1000”

2000~2009

2009

  • - Hybrid key phone “iPECS-MG”

2008

  • - World first IMS based Videophone “IP3870”
    for Korea Telecom
  • - Pure IP PBX “iPECS-CM”

2007

  • - “Orion IP terminal” for Nortel

2006

  • - Smart hybrid key phone “ARIA-SOHO”
  • - Unified communication solution “iPECS-UCS”

2005

  • - Established LG-Nortel, Joint Venture

2004

  • - Videophone “LVP-1800” for Telecom Italia

2002

  • - Pure IP key phone “iPECS-LIK”

2001

  • - Large capacity key phone “ipLDK-300”

2000

  • - LG IC merged with LG Electronics Inc.

1896~1999

1998

  • - ATM PBX “STAREX-ARIEL” in Korea

1995

  • - Digital key phone “GDK-162”
  • - Goldstar IC renamed as LG IC

1990

  • - First MCA 15 channel wireless telephone “GS-900” in Korea

1988

  • - First still image Videophone in Korea

1980

  • - First slim wire key phone in Korea

1979

  • - First MFC digital exchange “STAREX-2000” in Korea

1973

  • - First Relay key phone “GK-206R” in Korea

1969

  • - Established Goldstar Communication

1896

  • - The first magnetic telephone exchanger
        in the Imperial Palace of Korea