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Lam Honors Supply Chain Excellence

Kerry Farrell | September 11, 2019, Corporate
In appreciation for the contributions of our suppliers, Lam recently hosted our annual Supplier Day with a focus on strengthening collaborative partnerships and discussing opportunities for supply chain success. During the event, we recognized five of our top suppliers, as well as our joint venture partner Talus, for their outstanding service, superior performance, and commitment to quality. The winners were announced in our recent press release, as shown below.

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Silicon Snack: Robots Get Social

Elizabeth Pavel, Ph.D. | October 2, 2017

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From Star Trek’s Data to Star Wars’ C-3PO, the idea of humanoid robots has fascinated people for years. Back in the real world, robots build …

Tech Brief: An Introduction to Interconnects

Larry Zhao | September 25, 2017

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Industry, Technology

We often hear that advanced chips contain billions of transistors – an incredible, mind-blowing fact to be sure – but did you know that large-scale …

Fall ECS Meeting Committed to #FreeTheScience

Kris Kendall | September 20, 2017

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Scientists, engineers, researchers, and industry professionals from around the globe will descend upon National Harbor, Maryland, this October to interact at the 232nd Electrochemical Society …

Corporate Social Responsibility Is Everyone’s Job at Lam

Chris Schwarz | September 18, 2017

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Community, Corporate

Lam’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report for 2016 is now available and highlights the commitment our employees hold for making the world a better place. …

Lam Honors Exemplary Supply Chain Performance with 2017 Supplier Awards

Kerry Farrell | September 13, 2017

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Corporate

As you might imagine, it takes a highly skilled global supply chain to achieve and maintain mutual business success in today’s fast-paced semiconductor industry. With …

Resolving Process Variation Challenges in Multiple Patterning

Lam Blog Staff | September 11, 2017

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Multiple patterning continues to be an important technique for enabling pitch shrinking in advanced chip designs. However, as the number of steps grows, managing process …

Market Momentum and Opportunities Connect at SEMICON Taiwan

Hui-Yun Chen | September 5, 2017

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Technology

The semiconductor manufacturing community is ready to connect at SEMICON Taiwan, the premier event for microelectronics manufacturing in Taiwan. This year, the event is expected …

Rising Need for Vertical Scaling in a Data-Driven World

Kerry Farrell | August 28, 2017

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Industry, Technology

“Data is giving rise to a new economy” – The Economist (2017). This compelling reality makes the continued development of high-capacity data storage technologies like …

Engineers Shape the Future of the Semiconductor Industry

Dana Gharda | August 21, 2017

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Life at Lam

Lam is proud to play an important role in influencing future technology by supplying chipmakers with the equipment they need to enable every kind of …

STEM Power to Fuel ASEAN’s Growth

Hui-Yun Chen | August 14, 2017

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which promotes multilateral cooperation, economic growth, and social progress. Now entering …

New Corvus Technology Takes Uniformity Control to the Edge

Aaron Eppler | August 7, 2017

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Technology

Chipmakers want every part of the wafer to produce, or yield, good die. Advances in process technologies over the years have just about made this …

Overcoming Challenges in 3D NAND Volume Manufacturing

Lam Blog Staff | July 31, 2017

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Technology

The industry’s transition to 3D NAND is being driven by several important advantages, including its ability to deliver higher capacity with a lower cost per …

Semiconductors in Wired Communications

Elizabeth Pavel, Ph.D. | July 24, 2017

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Wired communications can be traced back to 1844, when Samuel Morse (creator of the code of dots and dashes that bears his name) sent the …

Taiwan Library Talk Program Educates and Inspires

Frances Huang | July 17, 2017

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Community

At Lam Research, we are committed to improving lives in the communities where we live and work around the globe. In Taiwan, one of our …

ALD/ALE 2017 to Showcase Advances in Atomic-Scale Processing

Kris Kendall | July 10, 2017

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Technology

The demands of our modern world for more connectivity, functionality, and capacity from our electronic devices – alongside the seemingly endless imagination for new applications …

SEMICON West Aims to Shake Things Up in San Francisco

Kris Kendall | July 3, 2017

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If you’re part of the semiconductor industry, you know there are few better networking and technical sharing venues than the SEMICON tradeshows, and SEMICON West …

Tech for Pets

Deborah Hong | June 26, 2017

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We use technology to improve nearly every area of life, and doting on our pets’ well-being is no exception. In fact, many pet stores now …

Silicon Snack: Stepping Out with Smart Shoes

Elizabeth Pavel, Ph.D. | June 19, 2017

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In Ancient Egypt, shoes denoted social status, even distinguishing commoners and nobility by the color and length of their footwear. Recreated ruby slippers commemorating the …

Enabling Advanced ICs with Multiple Patterning

Lam Blog Staff | June 12, 2017

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Used to extend the capabilities of conventional lithography, multiple patterning is a process of overlaying patterns of larger dimensions to achieve smaller and/or more tightly …

Smart Cities – How the IoT Is Changing Urban Life in Asia

Hui-Yun Chen | June 5, 2017

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From smart grids to smart buildings, the Internet of Things (IoT) has swept across Asia. Going well beyond consumer wearables, today’s city planners are leveraging …