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Vote for DCD’s DQ80251 – the world’s fastest 8051 CPU

Clive Maxfield
9/24/2012 07:34 PM EDT

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re: Vote for DCD’s DQ80251 – the world’s fastest 8051 CPU
tomeq   9/28/2012 6:22:05 AM
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Hi I_B_GREEN, DQ80251 has been checked with Dhrystone benchmark. An re the results, this IP Core is 56-67 times faster than the standard solution.You can find some more details eg on All Programmable Planet: http://www.programmableplanet.com/author.asp?section_id=2109&doc_id=246730

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re: Vote for DCD’s DQ80251 – the world’s fastest 8051 CPU
I_B_GREEN   9/27/2012 3:13:33 PM
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how much faster? 1% 10% 100%?

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re: Vote for DCD’s DQ80251 – the world’s fastest 8051 CPU
tomeq   9/25/2012 7:33:59 AM
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Thank you all for your votes. I really, really apreciate it and once again I'd like to thank you for your time. Tomeq

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