Does intel in it's current generation of processors provide any Direct Memory Access(DMA) controllers? If yes is it built into the chip? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Direct_memory_access
DMA is pretty much a standard in modern chipsets. Usually it is a seperate module in the southbridge of the motherboard and not actually a part of the CPU chip itself. Modern Intel Processors such as the Sandy Bridge Line should support the technology but it is more a question of the motherboard than the CPU.