In an academic paper I currently say the following:
State-of-the-art research tackles parts of the problem: security and multi-tenancy solutions exist but require hardware, do not meet shared use security concerns or are not applicable to constrained devices.
What I intend to convey is that these solutions either:
require possible hardware
not meet shared-use security concerns
be inapplicable to constrained devices.
That is, at least one of the properties enumerated above applies here, but others from the list may apply as well. I don’t mean to imply that exactly one and only one of them applies, only that at least one of them applies.
Is my initial idea on how to formulate this sufficiently clear without introducing too many words?