The designers have managed to build a version for the Android on x86 through which smartphones which are based on the Intel Medfield processors can also be examined and tested.
The Inline video tests are also being conducted, which consists of the installation of web servers on the device, so that it can stream a file with artificial network latency, and it can replicate WiFi, 4G as well as 3G web connectivity modes. However, such tests, while they may bring about success, and while the video streaming idea may bring about drastic changes, the security concern remains in the minds of quite a few people.
The idea of a web server which will emulate a network brings about concerns regarding security. The need to install a web server does not seem to sit comfortable with many, and there is a degree of risk involved in such a venture, although for real-life concerns, the video streaming idea is a very good one.
The director of product management at Qualcomm, Sy Choudhury, addressed this issue in an interview to the INQUIRER, by trying to placate the issues over security. He said the only way to speak to Vellamo was through the SLL connection and certification.