A coaxial cable used to carry cable television onto subscribers' premises. The bottom product is a set-top box, an electronic device which cable subscribers use to connect the cable signal to their television set.
Wi-Fi hotspots and wireless LANs are also options for wireless Internet connectivity. Internet connectivity is typically delivered to a network hub via a wired connection like fiber optics and made available to wireless devices via a wireless access point.
In computer networking, load balancing aims to optimize connectivity, maximize bandwidth, minimize latency, and avoid the overload of any single Internet connection. By using multiple connections users are able to improve reliability.