Lam Research kong-si

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Lam Research kong-si
Hîng-thài Kong-khai kong-si
Hâng-gia̍p puànn-tō-thé
Tshòng-kiàn nî 1980 nî;​ 44 nî í-chêng​ (1980)
Tshòng-kiàn-tsiá David K. Lam [en]
Tsóng-pōo Bíkok California tsiu ê Fremont [en]
Líng-tō jîn-bu̍t
Tim Archer
(CEO kiam Tsóng-tshâi)
Stephen G. Newberry
(Tsú-si̍k)
Ho̍k-bū sán-phín Puànn-tō-thé tsè-tsō sán-phín
Revenue Increase US$17.23 billion (2022)
Increase US$5.38 billion (2022)
Increase US$6.61 billion (2022)
Total assets Increase US$17.20 billion (2022)
Total equity Increase US$6.28 billion (2022)
Guān-káng jîn-sòo
c. 17,700 (2022)
Bāng-tsām lamresearch.com
Tsù-kha / tsù-kái
Financials Chia̍t-chí 2022 nî 7 goe̍h 26 ji̍t (2022-07-26).[1]

Lam Research kong-si (ing-gú: Lam Research Corporation) sī tsi̍t-king uī puànn-tō-thé hâng-gia̍p thê-kiong tsing-înn tsè-tsō [en] siat-pī kah siong-kuan ho̍k-bū ê Bí-kok kiong-ing-siong.[2] Lam Research ê sán-phín [en] tsú-iàu iōng teh tsiân-tuan tsing-înn ka-kang, pau-kuat tsè-tsō puànn-tō-thé guân-kiānn (tiān-tsing-thé, tiān-iông-khì (kontensa, capacitor)) ê iú-guân guân-kiānn kah i-ê pòo-suànn (hōo-liân) ê pōo-tsiū. Lam Research kong-si iah-koh uī-tio̍h āu-tuan tsing-înn kip hong-tsong [en] (WLP) kah bî-ki-tiān hē-thóng [en] (MEMS) tíng-tíng siong-kuan tsè-tsō tshī-tiûnn tsè-tsō siat-pī.

Lam Research iû David K. Lam [en] phok-sū tī 1980-nî tshòng-li̍p, tsóng-pōo khiā-ti Bíkok California tsiu Fremont [en] ê Si̍k-kok .[3] Tsia̍t-tsí 2018-nî, Lam Research sī uan-khu tē-2 tuā tset-so-siong, pai ê Tesla kong-si āu-piah.[4]

Li̍k-sú ên-kik[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

Lam Research iû huâ-ē kang-tîng-su David K. Lam tī 1980-nî tshòng-li̍p, David pat-teh Xerox [en]. Hewlett-Packard, kah Texas Instruments [en] tíng-tíng kong-si kang-tsok kuè.[5] Hit-tang-tsūn David teh Hewlett Packard ê sî-tsūn, i khuànn-tio̍h su-iàu koh-khah hó ê tíng-lī-tsí sit-khik siat-pī (plasma etching equipment), ē-tàng tué-tioh puànn-tō-thé tsing-phìnn ê khuài-sok sió-hîng-huà.[5] David kám-un Intel ê tshòng-sí-jîn Bob Noyce [en] thong-kuè khak-pó David ê khì-gia̍p kè-uē tsi ha̍p-lí, jî-lâi pang-tsān David hi̍k-tik tsu-kim

1981-nî, Lam Research kong-si thui-tshut tē-1 khuán sán-phín AutoEtch 480, tse-sī tsi̍t-tsióng tsū-tōng to-tsing si̍k tíng-lī-tsí si̍k-khik-ki. Suán-ti̍k AutoEtch tsit-ê bîng-tshing sī uī-tio̍h piáu-bîng si̍k-khikki sī tsū-tōng-huà ê, lî-tshiánn 480 tang-tiong ê 80 lâi-tsū 1980-nî, iah tō sī kong-si sîng-li̍p ê hit-nî.[6] Tē-1 ê hē-thóng tī 1982-nî 1-gue̍h bē-tshut-khì.[7] 1982-nî, Roger Emerick hông jīm-bīng tsò siú-si̍k king-îng tsip-hîng-tsiá.[8]

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. "Lam Research Corporation FY2022 Annual Report (Form 10-K)". U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. 24 August 2022. 
  2. "LAM RESEARCH CORP (LRCX:NASDAQ GS): Company Description". Bloomberg L.P. 19 May 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. "Lam Research on the Forbes America's Largest Public Companies List". Forbes (ēng Eng-gí). 10 May 2018 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  4. https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/subscriber-only/2018/08/10/largest-manufacturers-in-the-greater.html[bare URL]
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Oral History: David K. Lam". SEMI.ORG. 2011. 9 August 2011 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  6. "SEMI Oral History Interview". stanford.edu. 24 July 2007. goân-loē-iông tī 11 November 2013 hőng khó͘-pih. 12 May 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  7. "Lam Research Corporation – 10-K". lamresearch.com. 18 September 1996. 12 May 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  8. "Executive Profile – Roger D. Emerick". Bloomberg L.P. 2 June 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. 

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