At LGTECH, we have pioneered new technology based on a Decentralized and Distributed architecture that eliminates the client/server model commonly employed by traditional Cloud Service Providers. Using LANTYAN™ as a foundation, Software and App Developers can create new IoT products, Social Media Applications and Communications Systems which operate independently of BigTech’s Cloud and Web Services.

Cloud NetworkOne server, many clients

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LANTYAN NetworkInterconnected Nodes

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LGTECH’s architecture model includes a network of LANTYAN Switching Centers (LSCs) distributed around the globe. Each LSC houses networking and computing equipment allowing LANTYAN enabled devices to be discovered, switched and connected to each other.

Our equipment operates within state-of-the-art data centers. Everything from computing, to switching, to power, is designed for reliability and redundancy. Highly reliable power backup systems ensure constant, uninterrupted power. Three inline UPS systems operate independently to provide true redundancy.

Temperature and humidity are precisely regulated, year-round, to ensure optimal equipment reliability.


Our technology is the way of the future. We own this technology and were granted a patent by the USPTO in February 2020.

Our model is simple: the LANTYAN platform discovers, switches and connects devices with each other. It does this faster and more efficiently than a Cloud-based client/server model.

LANTYAN scales extraordinarily well to support communication between millions of Apps, devices, and users, at a fraction of the cost normally associated with Cloud Services. Security and data privacy are paramount to us. No data is collected from the software or apps running on LANTYAN.

Cost Effective

No cloud service fees, no web service fees, no dashboards. Invest in your own product, not in someone else’s cloud.

Scales to Millions of Devices

LANTYAN scales extraordinarily well to support communication between millions of apps, devices, and users.

Secure and Private

Security and data privacy are paramount to us. We collect no data from the software and apps running on the LANTYAN network.

Simple Product Development

Developers using the LANTYAN network can build their IoT product or web applications in easy, fast and low-cost way.

Discovers Devices Behind Firewalls

Patented technology discovers devices behind firewalls. No need for port forwarding.

Decentralized and Distributed

LANTYAN’s Decentralized and Distributed architecture speeds device communication and eliminates the pitfalls of a client/server network.

No Client/Server

The LANTYAN Decentralized and distributed platform is faster and more efficient than client/server model.

No Online Censorship

LANTYAN does not control the Apps and programs running on it, and cannot engage in online censorship.

Patented Technology

LGTECH’s innovative technology is patented in both USA and China. We are redefining networking.


Whether you are developing an IoT product, or an App such as social media or video conferencing, the implementation is the same. Every device communicating with LANTYAN is considered a “node”. It may be a mobile phone, a laptop, a smart IoT appliance or device, a PC or anything else. They are all nodes, and LANTYAN allows them to connect and communicate directly with each other, with no need to run through a central server.

In order to facilitate this communication, each mobile or computing device requires integration of the LANTYAN SDK. Multiple OS’s are supported. And each IoT endpoint device requires integration of the LANTYAN API. These devices (nodes) can be located behind firewalls, and they can still be discovered, switched, and connected by the LANTYAN communications platform.

If your particular application requires software for data processing, endpoint device management, and data storage, you have options. You can run these operations on computing devices at your own premise, you can lease computing and storage at any data center, or we can host your software at one of our LSCs. Either way, these locations are simply considered just another “node” on the network.