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Titanium Group Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire Multimilion Dollar Medical Software Company and Its Existing Sales Network
Date:11/2/2007

Company Anticipates Acquisition Could More Than Double its Current Revenue Stream and Fuel Market Entry Into the Medical and Healthcare Industry

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Titanium Group Limited (OTC Bulletin Board: TTNUF), a leading biometric and security solutions provider, announced today the company has signed a letter of intent to acquire China Medical Systems (OTC: CHSY), a company listed in the US that engages in researching, developing and marketing of specialized software systems in the field of three-dimensional medical imaging. Their major products include Virtual Endoscopy and 3D Virtual Radiotherapy Planning System. China Medical Systems is profitable and had revenues of US$2.2 million in 2006. The acquisition could not only further boost Titanium's research and development capability in the areas of image processing and pattern recognition, but also provide a sales channel into China's healthcare and medical industry.

"The acquisition of China Medical Systems represents great synergies. First of all, like Titanium their core value lies in the research and development of software technology. Their expertise in image processing will add value to Titanium's video surveillance technology. Secondly, as medical care reform in the PRC has started we have identified the medical and health care industry as an important sector for Titanium's products. The acquisition would allow us to pursue new customers and market segments through China Medical Systems' existing sales network," said Johnny Ng, Chairman of Titanium Group Limited. "In addition, China Medical Systems could also double our current revenue stream which would add to our shareholder value."

The completion of the acquisition is subject to completion of further due diligence and financing and execution of a definitive agreement.

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