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Lam provides NetDay Kits to Fremont schools.

FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 8, 1996--Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX), the world's leading supplier of etch equipment used to manufacture semiconductor chips, announced today that it has offered to provide five Fremont-based elementary, junior high, and high schools with NetDay Kits.

These kits enable schools to achieve the NetDay96 objective of establishing access for students and teachers to the Internet and World Wide Web. NetDay Kits include two information ports in each of five classrooms, as well as ports for a school library and a computer laboratory or center.

On NetDay96, to be held Saturday, March 9, tens of thousands of volunteer parents, students, teachers and engineers from California's high technology companies are expected to install network wiring in many of California's 13,000 public and private schools. The five Fremont schools receiving the NetDay Kits are Brier Elementary, Grimmer Elementary, Horner Jr. High, Irvington High, and Kennedy High.

Lam Research Corp. is a leading supplier of wafer processing equipment to the worldwide semiconductor industry. The company's broad product offerings are focused on etch and deposition, two of the most vital steps in the fabrication of current and future integrated circuits. Founded in 1980, Lam is headquartered in Fremont, Calif., and maintains customer support centers throughout the United States, Europe, Japan and the Asia/Pacific region to support its global customer base. The company's common stock trades on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol LRCX. Lam's World Wide Web address is http://www.lamrc.com

CONTACT: Lam Research Corp.

Karen McLennan, 510/572-6692

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MCA Inc.

Andrea Mace, 415/968-8900
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