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+ - Sandia lab fires up 300,000 virtual Android devices to test out security->

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coondoggie writes "Researchers with the Sandia National Laboratory have tied together 300,000 virtual Android-based devices in an effort to study the security and reliability of large smartphone networks. The Android project, dubbed MegaDroid, is carefully insulated from other networks at the Labs and the outside world, but can be built up into a realistic computing environment, the researchers stated."
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Sandia lab fires up 300,000 virtual Android devices to test out security

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