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Eco-System for Analytics-driven Archived Content Delivery

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000235594D
Publication Date: 2014-Mar-11
Document File: 2 page(s) / 67K

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Abstract

It can be said every archived multi-media content has a potential demand which will be given by occasions (e.g. a scene of an ordinary town will have a giant demand once an event, an accident or a disaster happens there). The approach in this invention is to combine an analytics and an archive to provide an archived content or a part of it to a potential consumer based on prediction given by the analytics and to drive it as an eco-system.

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Eco-System for Analytics-driven Archived Content Delivery

It can be said every archived multi-media content has a potential demand which will be given by occasions (e.g. a scene of an ordinary town will have a giant demand once an event, an accident or a disaster happens there). The approach in this invention is to combine an analytics and an archive to provide an archived content or a part of it to a potential consumer based on prediction given by the analytics and to drive it as an eco-system.

Disclosed is Eco-System for Analytics-driven Archived Content Delivery. Currently total amount of archived multi-media contents (e.g. video content) keeps growing and the total cost of ownership (TCO) also keeps growing in parallel even while new storage technologies are continuously deployed and contributing cost reduction. The frequency of reuse of archive multi-media contents doesn't grow since those contents are mainly reused for new program creation. As long as the number of distribution channels stays in the current level, the number of new programs created will stay in the current level and the revenue from repurposing the archived multi-media contents will not grow. As a result, the growing TCO will become a big business pressure and some of the archived contents may have to be discarded.

However, it can be said every archived multi-media content has a potential demand which will be given by occasions (e.g. a scene of an ordinary town will have a giant demand once an event , an accident or a disaster happens there). To save the archived multi-media contents as much as possible, a new business model to provide them to consumers proactively and monetize with them to recover the TCO is highly required. It can be said that the company who has the larger amount of archived contents will be able to have a better business position in the big data market. This invention is to provide the new business models as a solution. The disclosure is about the architecture to provide an archived multi-media content to a potential consumer proactively analyzing the consumer's access trend and environments around the consumer, which may impact to the consumer's activities, restoring archived multi-media contents from archive pools to a content distribution cache pre-emptively informing that the consumer the archived multi-media contents are available to access. The access to archived multi-media content will be charged or a sponsor of access method (e.g. a web portal site) will pay money per user access to the archived multi-media contents provider (on-demand contents distribution application). Such the revenue to the archived multi-media contents owner will recover t...