CeBIT in Hannover, one of the most significant ICT event, has ended last Saturday. Once again this year, more than seven million business talks were held at CeBIT, among them, Digital Core Design’s. Polish IP Core provider, exhibiting at Poland’s National Pavilion, presented its newest  IP solution – DQ80251, the world’s fastest 8051 CPU. One of the first  to see it, was the Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Mr. Waldemar Pawlak.



Minister of Economy officially opened the Polish National Pavilion at CeBIT, which, as an event, for over 26 years, has been the most important global meeting platform for the ICT industry. – Therefore next year, Poland has a chance to be a strategic partner in the organization of CeBIT 2013. A strong representation of Polish ICT companies at this year’s fair is a good sign – said in  Hanover Deputy Prime Minister Waldemar Pawlak.
In CeBIT participated more than 4200 exhibitors from 70 countries, including 73 Polish companies in the ICT sector. Among them Digital Core Design, with the world’s fastest 8051 IP Core.  The DQ80251, which is 56 times faster than the standard 8051 and more than 70% much more efficient than the nearest competition, has been presented as a demo version at the Polish Stand.  – Several licenses of DQ80251 have been implemented in our customer’s projects, but not everyone can see them – said Jacek Hanke, DCD’s CEO – that’s why we had prepared a demo version for CeBIT visitors, who could watch a Full HD movie displayed thanks to FPGA with DQ80251 inside.
More information about Polish National Booth at CeBIT is available on the Ministry of Economy official web page:  and additional information and technical data regarding the DQ80251, is being presented here: