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Chemical Computing Group Releases the Molecular Operating Environment for the Solaris™ 10 Operating System

MONTREAL, Canada, October 22, 2007

Chemical Computing Group Inc. (CCG) announces the general release of the 2007.09 version of the Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) for the Solaris™ 10 Operating System (OS) from Sun Microsystems Inc. running on UltraSPARC® and x86 architectures.

Paul Labute, President and CEO of CCG said that "we have supported Sun's UltraSPARC platform for more than a decade and we are pleased to extend that support with the Solaris 10 OS to x86 servers and workstations platforms as well. We will be delivering the new executables for UltraSPARC and x86 to all MOE customers and we believe that the combination of MOE's flexibility with the reliability and scalability of the Solaris 10 OS will be of great benefit to our customers."

Joerg Schwarz, Director, Heathcare and Life Sciences, of Sun Microsystems said "We're pleased that CCG, a leader in the Life Sciences industry, has chosen to extend their support of the Solaris 10 OS to the x86 platform. This decision offers the industry the opportunity to run Solaris on hundreds of systems from numerous suppliers as well as the latest high-performance systems from Sun Microsystems."

About CCG Inc.

Chemical Computing Group Inc. is a leading supplier of scientific software for Life Sciences and has been operating since 1994. Chemical Computing Group's software platform is the Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) that integrates visualization, simulation and methodology development in one package. MOE contains a wide variety of built-in applications in the fields of Cheminformatics, Bioinformatics, Computer-Aided Molecular Design and Molecular Modeling. MOE runs on a wide variety of computers including Windows, Linux, Macintosh and Unix systems both for the desktop and in parallel computing clusters. MOE is used by biologists, medicinal chemists and computational chemists in many pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies and universities throughout the world.

Chemical Computing Group is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Its web site is www.chemcomp.com. E-mail enquiries can be sent to info@chemcomp.com.

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