Established in the United States
Our slogan "True Cloud" is derived from our powerful blockchain network with 10,000 Gbps. speed.
Oblak Datacenter is founded on November 7, 1999 by Dr. Ledesma, current CEO.
Our goal is to conquer the world
Although it reads very presumptuous, the CEO claims that the technology offered to customers conquers them, they are part of our world, Oblak is a team of enthusiastic professionals who go out of the conventional, who seek to transcend every day.
Available for businesses in 40 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States.
For much of Miami’s history the measure of its economic vitality depended almost exclusively on the tourist trade, but today Miami-Dade County is enjoying its position as a leader in international trade and commerce. In fact, according to an economic study from 2012 by Strategic Information Analysis, Inc., international trade supported more than 105,000 local jobs.
With its proximity to Latin America, Miami is also home to more than 1400 multinational corporations, many of whom have located their regional headquarters there, including the highest density of international banks in the country. Miami’s International Airport, the country’s top airport for international trade and freight, along with the port of Miami, contribute more than $8 billion to the local economy. Located in the city’s Downtown region, the Digital Realty data center in Miami, was specifically designed to withstand Category 5 Hurricanes, a type of tropical storm familiar to Florida residents.
To choose a green data center
As more enterprises focus on energy efficiency to cut data center costs, more are looking to providers with a solid sustainability strategy who can offer cost-effective, green data center options. For colocation customers, better use of energy delivers lower costs.
Our data centers are designed to require fewer construction materials to construct while delivering industry-leading PUE (power usage effectiveness) levels—resulting in a smaller carbon footprint when compared to similar data centers. Our current standards have delivered data centers with design PUEs as low as 1.12. We utilize water-efficient and free cooling technologies and tap into reclaimed water supplies where available to minimize our use of potable water. We continue to expand our ability to reduce the carbon footprint of our data centers as they become operational by pairing our facilities with sources of renewable energy.