MONARCH BAY, Calif., April 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –Microelectronics Technology Co. (MELY.PK): The Companypreviously announced incorrectly that the roll out of the Dynamo Server Division of Cloud Data Corp would be during May 2102. This date was to read May 2012.
The company is pleased to announce that it has entered into formal negotiations with two potential clients for dedicated serverrentals to initiate the roll out of the Dynamo Server Division. The company anticipates that these will be the first of many new contracts the company will be establishing during the roll out phase.
Clients have identified and requested the advantage of renting, rather than purchasing, a dedicated server since co-location hosting for rented servers can be set up to include cloud-based backup or hybrid hosting. This is ideal for E-commerce webmasters and bloggers who experience peak and seasonal increases in bandwidth demands, and need to have a backup available in the event of increased usage or scalability. Clients that take advantage of the hosting company’s cloud servers for dedicated server sql backup as well as for resource support are the most reliable and cost-effective choices for E-commerce and internet marketing. Bloggers, especially those who may be met with unpredictable demands for additional resources, also find rental of dedicated servers along with a cloud backup to be an ideal solution to their needs.
The ability to easily upgrade rental packages, as well as to take advantage of cloud backup for co-located rented servers, enables clients to maintain the highest possible server capacity and bandwidth at a reasonable price.
The Dynamo server offering will consist of valued priced dedicated server rentals to third party customers. The servers will be located within Canada. This division is a response to the significant demand by the company’s customer base, creating a niche market for the company to exploit with the assurance of an in place customer base upon initiation.
The company is currently completing its co-location selection and sign off, and hardware acquisition.
The company expects to roll out its offering in May 2012. Initiating the company’s entry into this multi billion dollar marketplace in conjunction with the development of the sproq network.
“The potential for rapid expansion into the dedicated server market and instant cash flow makes the creation of the Dynamo Server division a significant step in the maturity of the company,” statesMicroelectronics Technology President Brett Everett. “This is the first of many significant developments the company plans to implement in order to satisfy the company’s growing customer demands.”
In addition to the Dynamo dedicated server offering, the Vancouver co-location will also house Cloud Data Corps Sproq.com servers.
Sproq next generation cloud application hosting customers will be able to start with a single Sproqet, as they need to scale up they will be able to purchase additional Sproqets.
Sproq.com service is currently under development, with developmental servers and hardware already deployed. Sproq.com is scheduled for launch second quarter 2012.
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Microelectronics Technology Co.
Mr. Brett Everett
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