|Description||New Market Development|
Arcus Advisors, LLC believes that each market goes though an s-curve of adoption and that the lessons learned along each point of the curve can be improved upon and delivered to new markets.
Arcus was founded to provide cross-disciplinary best practices to clients competing in global networked marketplaces.
A network of subject matter experts provide deliverables for stakeholders in policy, finance, real estate, construction, content, law enforcement, security, power, data centers, submarine cables, cell towers, network engineering and operations.
Deliverables are unique to each project and range from market research, strategy, planning, engineering, operations and marketing.
Clients benefit from the validation of new market opportunities and the industry know-how to build and operate data networks.
The founders have over forty years of experience in the data communications and content markets and form the project management and intellectual core of the company.
The Content Delivery Strategy Service (CDS2), a monthly syndicated market research & analysis deliverable, was developed to address the needs of the content delivery marketplace which is experiencing unprecedented levels of uncertainty and market failures. Traditional strategy and planning processes have failed to identify new market models and when to best exit existing businesses. With unique insights, tools, and processes, CDS2 will provide subscribers with the knowledge to navigate the many challenges to the content delivery marketplace and emerge with profitable and sustainable business models.
CDS2 will analyze topics such as:
• CDNs & Software-Defined Networking (SDN) • Content delivery functionality in network and storage equipment • Enterprise CDNs (‘Behind The Firewall CDNs;’ VPN+CDN) • Bundling of cloud and delivery services • Building CDNs with open source solutions • Mobile CDNs • Micro-edge content delivery • Deployment complexity • Clearing houses and federation • Opportunities in developing and emerging economies • New competitors • New technologies/solutions • Mergers & acquisitions • Regulation, law, and politics