Comcast is upgrading their gear to IPv6 because /they/ need it. With the multi-homing support in SCTP, you should be able to sell it to Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, etc as being genuinely useful to /them/. They have the unique position of both owning the (huge) proprietary networks all the way to the edge and actually making substantial use of those same networks, so they have both the ability and the business interests to adopt SCTP that random servers and clients do not. Just because SCTP isn't ready to supplant TCP for the web, doesn't diminish it's usefulness, right now.
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