Sep 3rd, 2012 -- Digital Core Design, Polish IP Core provider and System-on-Chip Design house, was awarded in the 3rd edition of Marka Slaskie [Brand: Silesia] competition, organized by the Marshal of Voivodship and the Regional Chamber of Commerce. The company from Bytom has won in a prestigious “Product” category for designing the world’s fastest 8051 CPU – the DQ80251.
The gala summarizing the 3rd edition of Marka Śląskie [Marka Slaskie – Silesia Brand] competition took place on September 1st. The jury headed by Adam Matusiewicz, the Marshal of Silesia, awarded prizes in nine categories. This year's laureate of the prestigious Marka Śląskie “Product” category is the DQ80251 processor, designed by Digital Core Design. - I am glad, that our MCU has gained international, local and now regional recognition as well - said Jacek Hanke, the president of Digital Core Design, during the Saturday gala. DCD’s solution is also among Polish finalists in the European Business Awards competition and was recently awarded the Economic Prize by the Mayor of Bytom.
Digital Core Design company unveiled the DQ80251 - world’s fastest 8051 processor late last year. Thanks to innovative solutions, its performance is over 50 times higher than the standard originally developed by Intel. - Our processor performs more operations in less time and with lower power consumption - explains Hanke - which is the whole point of modern electronics.
Digital Core Design was founded in 1999 and since the very beginning, has been specializing in design of integrated circuits (so called IP Cores). During thirteen years, engineers from Bytom have created over 70 different architectures, ranging from popular 8 bit industrial processors, through IP cores for USB devices, automotive CAN interface; to 16/32 bit integrated circuits. Among DCD’s customers are Intel, Sony, Philips, and Siemens.
More information at www.dcd.pl