Vubiquity, Inc. provides technology-based solutions[clarification needed] that facilitate content monetization for the entertainment and media industries. The company offers managed services for linear and on-demand viewing that support rental, sell-through, ad-supported and subscription business models. Vubiquity manages more than 28,000 hours of content monthly from over 460 content providers and reaches over 100 million households through 550 service providers. Vubiquitys services, including video on demand (VOD), multiplatform, advanced advertising, creative services and data analytics, are available in 37 countries and 15 languages. In 2009, Avail Media (an IPTV provider) and TVN Entertainment Corporation merged to create Avail-TVN. In May 2010, the company announced that it would add support for 3D television to its roster of services. The company’s 3D on-demand offering works with operators' existing infrastructure and will work with existing set-top boxes after minor software updates. In September 2010, Avail-TVN was listed as part of the Inc. 500/5000. The company ranked number 1833 overall, and number 24 among media companies. In November 2012, Avail-TVN placed 6th on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 and earned the top spot among media and entertainment companies. The company earned its place in the top 10 with 38,479 percent growth from 2007 to 2011. .