Growing dependency on a few operators might increase the risk of single point of failure. In order to avoid this risk and to make Internet services more resilient, network can be segmented in such a way that issues in one segment have no side effects in other segments/parts of the network, which would allow for uninterrupted use outside of any affected areas. Furthermore, the service quality degradation can be avoided by providing multiple independent alternatives access networks (multihoming), and other means of smarter asset distribution as presented in this discussion.
Resilient Internet services can be achieved by ensuring high availability, openness and disruption tolerance as also detailed here. This will ultimately improve operational efficiency of the Internet, lower the operational cost, increase privacy by removing central vantage points, improve disaster-readiness and ensure business continuity and social connectivity.