The cable is made of high-quality polyethylene.
It’s also easy to clean.
It comes with a protective cover that can be removed.
It can also be used to transmit audio, as well as video and images, and the cable can be connected to a projector.
The cable, which costs $80 per month, is made by Tel Aviv-based Midi cable.
It is designed to deliver broadband to rural and urban areas.
The cable has been installed in many Israeli communities and was approved in October 2017, according to a statement from the Tel Aviv Regional Council.
The Israeli High Court has ordered the cable company to open its doors to Tel Aviv residents who want to use it.
“Israel’s high court’s decision is an important step towards opening Midi-Cable, which will benefit our citizens and the wider country,” Tel Aviv Cable Company CEO Yossi Meir said in a statement on Thursday.
“This project will make the Israeli cable industry more competitive, and it will be a good development for the entire Tel Aviv region,” Meir added.
“We are extremely proud of the Midi project and its development and hope that it will become a reality for the region.”
The company’s Midi cables have been used by Israeli authorities in the past to transport communications and other communications equipment to remote areas.
The Midi Channel is a cable system that is also being installed in Israel’s Tel Aviv suburb of Sakhnin.
This cable, in conjunction with the Tel-Aviv Regional Cable Network (TAP), was also approved by the High Court.
In October 2017 the High Council of Rabbis in Israel called for the opening of Midi Cables to Israeli citizens and residents, who want access to broadband services.
In a statement to the Israeli media, the council said, “The High Court’s decision to open Midi Circulation to Tel-Arabs and Israeli citizens opens the way to transform the state of Israel into a technology hub for the development of technology for the future.”