Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have built a self-contained, Android-based network to study cyber disruptions and help secure hand-held devices.
Avid Android fans are likely to purchase multiple devices every couple of years. Some may get one device a year, or even throw down their money for three. It all depends on the user. Imagine running your own network tests, using 300,000 Android devices at once. This is now a reality with project Megadroid.
In this scenario, the name of the project fits the description well.
New work on the Sandia National Laboratories Red Storm supercomputer - the 17th fastest in the world - is helping to make supercomputers more accessible. Sandia researchers, working hand in hand with researchers from Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico, socialized 4,096 of Red S ...