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What is Oort?
Privacy First, Cost Conscious
Oort is a decentralized data cloud platform designed to maximize privacy and cost savings by integrating global compute and storage resources. We provide a suite of enterprise-grade decentralized cloud-based solutions for generative AI and data-driven businesses.
Oort aims to create a world where people fully own and control their data, and use natural language as the gateway for effortless data interaction.
As the first mover in the intelligent decentralized data cloud domain, Oort technologies are backed by US patents and academic publications. Oort has built strong partnerships/Clients with 40+ projects/companies, such as DELL Technologies, Tencent Cloud and Emurgo, as well as with 20+ elite universities in the U.S., such as Harvard, MIT, and the University of Chicago.
The core team members in New York come from world-recognized organizations, such as Columbia University, Qualcomm, AT&T, JP Morgan, and more.
Oort’s talk-to-data service redefines the way of data interaction for faster decision-making and business outcomes.
- Like chatGPT, use natural language to interact with all your data
- Provides valuable insights from your data without technical skills or a dedicated data science team
Reliability, Security, Immutability
Enjoy AWS-comparable SLA with unparalleled privacy and reliability.
- Our decentralized infrastructure guarantees 100% privacy for all data services we offer
- Oort's patented PoH algorithm and advanced coding ensure reliability in a trustless, geo-distributed environment
Decentralization offers benefits but loses fundamentals of infrastructure that users heavily rely on
Oort's core technology and AI Interaction drive the massive adoption of decentralized infrastructure.
 Patent: “Methods and Apparatus for Verifying Processing Results and/or Taking Corrective Actions in Response to A Detected Invalid Result”, S.N. 16/370,629, April. 6th, 2021;  Patent: “Methods and Apparatus for Performing Distributed Computing using Blockchain”, US16/274,178, Aug. 31st, 2021;  Paper: “Distributed LDPC Coding Scheme for Low Storage Blockchain Systems”, IEEE Journal Internet of Things 7 (8), 7054-7071, 2020.