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The Direct Memory Access (DMA) controller enables the movement of blocks of data from peripheral to memory, memory to peripheral, or memory to memory without burdening the processor.


The DMA-330 is a high-performance DMA controller that can boost the performance and reduce the power consumption in AXI systems. Highly configurable to support a wide range of applications and architectures, the DMA-330 is programmable to support scatter-gather, memory to memory, peripheral to memory, and memory to peripheral transfers, run-from-reset, security on channels, interrupts, and peripherals.

Features and Benefits

Improve System Performance

Efficient use of DMA can significantly improve system performance in multiple dimensions. For example, using a DMA controller can offload a processor and either reduce power consumption, or boost the processor performance, or a combination of both.

Support High-End and Energy Efficient Systems

AMBA DMA controllers provide a centralized DMA processing capability that is high performance and highly flexible, and at the same time, is area efficient.

Designed for Critical Tasks

The DMA controller is a low-power, high-performance IP core that performs critical tasks within the AMBA system and is designed for optimal compatibility with Arm Cortex, Mali multimedia, and CoreLink System IP, and as a natural complement to interconnect and memory controllers.

Use Cases

Where Innovation and Ideas Come to Life

Improved care at reduced cost across health-centric applications. Support for innovative applications in preventative care, including blood sugar monitors and heart-rate trackers.

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