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Intel® 80331 I/O Processor: Application Accelerator Unit AddendumThis chapter describes the integrated application accelerator (AA) unit. The operation modes, setup, external interface, and implementation of the AA unit are detailed here.OverviewThe application accelerator provides low-latency, high-throughput data transfer capability between the AA unit and Intel® 80331 I/O processor local memory. It executes data transfers to and from local memory, checks for all-zero result across local memory blocks, performs memory block fills, and provides the necessary programming interface.Read the full Intel® 80331 I/O Processor Application Accelerator Unit Addendum.
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