People and machines.
Working better together.
Introducing RhythmOS, the enterprise-grade operating
system to power your internet of everything.
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RhythmOS by Litbit

It's time to expect more from your infrastructure:

RhythmOS is designed to enable more productive working relationships between the machines in your workplace, the people that direct them, and the apps that drive them.
As a secure data pipeline built on the Apache iota core, RhythmOS enables the sharing of powerful new insights and integrations throughout the workplace-- whether on-premise, in the cloud or mobile.
The RhythmOS Recipe

Ingredients of a modern, enterprise-grade IoT platform:

Connect and share

RhythmOS removes unwanted barriers between your IoT silos, and adds secure sharing capabilities between devices, the people that need them and the apps that empower them.

Secure and private

With RhythmOS your data is highly encrypted, both on the servers and across the network. Most importantly, only you have have access to the keys and permissions.

Freedom from your desk

RhythmOS open APIs enable ultra-secure, mobile app functionality throughout your enterprise IoT ecosystem, because running back to your desktop is so 2005...

Integrate with the best

RhythmOS offers safe & secure connectivity to the cloud, bringing an entire ecosystem of productive Litbit and 3rd party apps and services to integrate with.

It just works

You dont have to know code in order to automate and orchestrate your IoT. With a humanistic, no manual required user interface, RhythmOS allows for ease-to-use throughout.

Open source

Apache iota serves as the open source core of RhythmOS. As the original creator of iota, Litbit continues to serve as a leader and core contributor to the project.

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Apps for RhythmOS

Apps that deliver at work. And all nights in between.

RhythmOS and its ever-expanding collections of apps are designed to deliver the essential tool-chest your team needs to most effectively gain the smoothest productivity from your machine infrastructure.