Olivier Bouffant is Vice Chair of the ETSI technical committee ATTM (Access, Terminals, Transmission, Multiplexing). He has more than 20 years of experience in passive infrastructure, cabling systems, and FTTx studies working for Orange Innovation.
He is also involved in standardization about communication infrastructure at national (AFNOR), European (ETSI ATTM, CENELEC TC 215), and international levels (ISO/IEC JTC1 SC25) where he is Chair of ETSI/ATTM/AT2 and AFNOR UF215 commissions.
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ETSI ATTM is developing standards to support sustainable and efficient ICT infrastructures. ETSI ATTM created the Global KPIs defined with Operational Technical indicators named Objective KPIs. These KPIs allow operational actors (communities as well as industry) to justify the level of sustainability over time (sliding months) in order to have activities, a life in short, for a more sustainable planet.