An agreement was signed by Etecsa's president Mayra Arevich and Abae head Camilo Torres during a science and technology fair in Caracas.
Products included patch cords, CCTV cable rolls, UTPs and optical termination boxes.
Users will be able to report monopolistic and anticompetitive practices to watchdog IFT via an electronic system.
The project is expected to last two years and will provide optical cables and connectivity accessories, as well as training in design and in installation of the solution.
Gastón Molina, product manager of the telco's TV streaming service Flow Mobile, talks to BNamericas about the industry's popular new business model, offering content anytime, anywhere, as well as the historic merger with Cablevisión.