Bull is putting smart cards on the starting blocks at the Commonwealth Games. The company is providing an electronic purse system for the Games, which started in Kuala Lumpur last week. The cards, called Juwara Sukom, are distributed by the Bank Bumiputra and are available to all visitors the games. Visitors will be able use the cards in terminals displaying the appropriate sign. The capacity of the cards varies from 512 bytes to 8K of information on cash balance and the last ten transactions. The sporting event, which is the largest after the Olympics, will be used to familiarise people with smart cards before a rollout of the technology throughout Malaysia next July.
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