MONARCH BAY, Calif., Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Microelectronics Technology Co. (OTC-BB: MELY.PK): Cloud Data Corp, a wholly owned subsidiary of Microelectronics Technology Corp (OTCQB: MELY), is pleased to announce it has signed Wordpresshostingcanada.com to its Dynamo Servers product line. Wordpresshostingcanada.com is preparing to launch their new hosting service dedicated to hosting WordPress websites in March of 2013 and has chosen to use Dynamo Servers Vancouver POP (point of presence) as its primary location to serve the Canadian market. About Dynamo ServersDynamo Servers provide dedicated servers to clients through our point of presence in Vancouver, Canada inside a carrier neutral facility owned and operated by Cologix Inc. www.dynamoservers.comAbout Cloud Data Corp Cloud Data, a Nevada Corporation, provides high availability dedicated web servers to small, medium and large companies under its brand www.dynamoservers.com. In addition Cloud Data Corp is actively developing its own cloud application hosting architecture known as PaaS (Platform as a Service) under the brand www.sproq.com. For further Information: Microelectronics Technology Co. President: Mr. Brett Everett 1 949-436-9382 www.melypk.comwww.sproq.comwww.domainstutter.com Forward-Looking Statements This news release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. While these statements are made to convey Company progress, business opportunities and growth prospects, readers are cautioned that such forward-looking statements represent management's opinion. Whereas management believes such representations to be true and accurate based on information and data available to the Company at this time, actual results may differ materially and are subject to risk and uncertainties. Factors that may cause actual results to differ include without limitation: dependence on key personnel and suppliers; MELY's ability to commercialize its technology; ability to defend intellectual property; material and component costs; competition; economic conditions; consumer demand and product acceptance, and availability of growth capital.