Dynamo Server Division Goes Live. Dedicated Server and Cloud Hosting now Available through the companies Vancouver Point of Presence, or “POP”

Posted by on Jun 26, 2012 in Cloud Technology | 0 comments

MONARCH BAY, Calif., June 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Microelectronics Technology Co. (MELY) — Microelectronics Technology Corporation is pleased to announce its wholly owned subsidiary Cloud Data Corps’s new business center the Dynamo Server Division has completed the deployment of dedicated servers to meet the needs of Cloud Data Corps existing clientele and is now accepting new business for its new Point of Presence or “POP” located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The Dynamo server division now is offering valued priced dedicated server rentals to third party customers. The servers are located within Canada in its Vancouver, “POP”.

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.

“This will enable the company to begin booking revenues from the Dynamo Server Division immediately, which is a significant milestone for a developing Cloud Technology Company,” states company president Brett Everett “The company is actively reviewing additional new potential clients to expand the utilization of the dedicated server division at the companies Vancouver ‘POP.'”

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 now scheduled for launch third quarter 2012.

For further Information:
Microelectronics Technology Co.
Mr. Brett Everett
1 866 587 2860


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