Yes, Internet load balancing can greatly help to improve performance by evenly distributing traffic and requests, which also prevents servers from being overwhelmed and experiencing potential outages. Among other benefits, there is the ability to scale the pool to more effectively handle the load, traffic management to give preferences to a certain type of traffic based on specific criteria, etc.  
Internet load balancing itself doesn't directly increase internet speed, but it evenly distributes traffic across multiple servers, preventing servers from becoming overwhelmed, which, in turn, results in faster response times and improved user experience.
Load balancing requires such core components as a load balancer, servers, network switches, firewalls, and monitoring tools.
The load-balancing routers distribute incoming traffic based on such common load-balancing algorithms as round robin, which ensures all servers get an equal share of work; least connections, which directs traffic to the servers with the fewest active connections; weighted distribution, which distributes traffic based on the assigned weights of each server.
In order to select the best-fitted load-balancing algorithm, analyze your traffic, make sure the algorithm effectively monitors the health of servers, take into account your scalability requirements, and ensure this algorithm is supported by your load balancer, etc.
Yes, we implement an internet load balancing approach across all our maritime connectivity solutions, including WiFi for yachts and WiFi cruise ships.

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