Windows 8 Bluetooth stack pass through certification

Service Discovery Application ProfileLocal Device (LocDev)
Audio/Video Control Transport ProtocolAVCTP 1.2
Target
Audio/Video Remote Control ProfileAVRCP 1.3
Target
Dial-Up Networking ProfileData Terminal (DT)
Packet connections
Object Push ProfileObject Push Client
Object Push Server
Generic Audio/Video Distribution ProfileAcceptor
GAVDP 1.2
Initiator
Audio/Video Distribution Transport ProtocolAcceptor
AVDTP 1.2
Initiator
Source
Personal Area Networking ProfilePAN User
Hardcopy Cable Replacement ProfileClient (C)
Human Interface DeviceHost, Report protocol
Advanced Audio Distribution ProfileA2DP 1.2
Source (SRC)
Hands-Free ProfileAudio Gateway (AG)
CVSD audio coding over SCO
Hands-Free Profile 1.5
Generic Attribute ProfileAttribute Protocol Supported over LE
Generic Attribute Profile Client
Generic Attribute Profile Server
Attribute ProtocolAttribute Protocol Client
Attribute Protocol Server
Attribute Protocol Supported over LE
Security Manager Protocol
HID over GATT ProfileProfile supported over LE
Report Host

The Windows 8 Bluetooth stack has just passed through the Bluetooth SIG certification.  The details reveal the usual collection of HID, A2DP, PAN and OBEX profiles, which should reassure Windows 8 buyers that they will not be losing functionality.

What is of course more relevant to Windows Phone users is that Windows Phone 8 is expected to feature very similar drivers to Windows 8, suggesting we may see more of the same profiles on Windows Phone 8 also.  Profiles like Object Push are of course much in demand and long overdue on Windows Phone.

All should be revealed in a few days however after the Windows Phone summit on the 20th next week.

In the mean time, see the certification at the Bluetooth SIG here.

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