Sen. Orrin Hatch has gathered Microsoft critics for a moment in the high-tech sun.
Today, live coverage starts at 9:30 AM ET when the Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Hatch, will hear testimony about software competition.
Highlights will include Larry Ellison and Mitchell Kertzman, the chief executives of Oracle Corp. and Sybase Inc., respectively, who are among the most vocal critics of Microsoft and its tactics.
Our live Webcast begins with Hatch's opening remarks.
Here is the rest of today's schedule:
Opening remarks from ranking Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy (Vt.) and the Senate chair of the anti-trust subcommittee and the ranking Democrat on that committee.
Next are 10-minute long statements by witnesses, which, in tentative order, are:
Rob Glaser, CEO of RealNetworks
Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle Corp.
Mitchell Kertzman, CEO of Sybase Inc.
Jeff Papows, CEO of Lotus Development Corp.
Mike Jeffress, vice president of business development at TV Host
Questions are expected after each witness and at the conclusion of the hearing.