Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "DMA controller", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release ARM9-based MCUs come with up to 512Kbyte of Flash from Atmel Corporation, which we summarised at the time by saying "Combination of performance and functionality on a single chip makes microcontrollers ideal for space-constrained applications where high performance is required". A few weeks before, we featured the news release ARM tools are optimised for Atmel MCU from Crossware Products: "Development suite allows developers to rapidly exploit the advanced features of the Atmel AT91SAM9263".
In December 2007, we covered the news from PLDA concerning its EZ DMA IP core - take a look at Core puts PCI Express on avionics video card which says: "DMA controller core is designed for Xilinx Virtex-5 LXT and SXT FPGAs with their on-chip endpoint blocks for PCI Express".
Take a look also at the news release from Renesas Technology Europe, Evaluation board eases display development, as well as Complete software radio comes on PMC/XMC module from Pentek, and Mezzanine card provides faster denser storage from Aitech Defense Systems.
Express acquisition card hosts 96 analogue inputs (July 2007)
Analogue input data acquisition card combines high channel density with the high bandwidth of an x1 PCI Express bus interface
Digital TV SoC integrates more functions (June 2007)
Next-generation digital TV SoC claims industry-leading levels of integration
Microcontrollers expand 16bit applications (June 2007)
Microcontroller additions target car audio, home audio and similar consumer products as well as industrial applications
Acquisition cards promise express performance (May 2007)
High-performance multifunction data acquisition cards take advantage of the high bandwidth of the x1 PCI Express bus for large-scale data transfers at up to 500Mbyte/s
Modular IP cores for FPGAs and ASICs (April 2007)
The CebaIP Platform is a modular approach to offering IP cores that allows design engineers to integrate functions quickly into AICs of FPGAs
Microcontroller has SuperFlash code memory (April 2007)
Flash-based 16bit microcontroller for low-power portable applications
Design centre in Arizona helps customers with SoC (March 2007)
System on chip provider appoints design centre partner to help customers with their specific products