Brainboxes, the world leading developer of Bluetooth wireless technology products, today announced the release of its Bluetooth Software Stack, with support for Microsoft’s newly unveiled operating system, WinXP.
The software stack release, follows the announcement earlier in the year, that Brain Boxes had become one of only a handful of companies world wide to get two PC based products Bluetooth qualified to the 1.1standard. Now this complete hardware and software solution from Brain Boxes, will allow OEMs and application developers to seamlessly add Bluetooth wireless connectivity to all Microsoft Windows PC based systems, including WinXP.
Stephen Evans, Marketing Manager for Brain Boxes said, “This is an exciting breakthrough. The release of our Bluetooth software stack with support for WinXP, will help us maintain our competitive advantage in a hugely competitive market, as we are one of the very few companies, to offer such a unique and complete range of Bluetooth hardware and software solutions.”
Brainboxes hardware products have already been used extensively for several months by leading Bluetooth developers and it is expected that the launch of the Bluetooth software stack, will see it become one of the most widely used in the industry.