1.1. About the DMC-400

The DMC-400 is an Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture (AMBA) compliant System-on-Chip (SoC) peripheral developed, tested, and licensed by ARM. It is a high-performance, area-optimized, memory controller that is compatible with the AMBA ACE-Lite protocol. It supports the following memory devices:

Figure 1.1 shows an example system.

Figure 1.1. Example system

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The DMC-400 enables data transfer between the SoC and the DRAM devices external to the chip. It connects to the on-chip system through one or more ACE-Lite interfaces. It connects to the DRAM devices through its memory interface block, and the DFI interface.

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