There are several things that you need to do, if you want to optimize the performance of high-end communication equipment.
Firstly, you need to ensure that the equipment is used for the right purpose. This is to say, in other words, that your high-end communication equipment won’t give you optimal performance if you are using it for a purpose it wasn’t designed for.
Secondly, you need to ensure that the equipment is (only) operated by qualified people. Such qualified people will/should know how to configure the equipment for optimal performance.
Thirdly, you need to ensure that the equipment is serviced on a regular basis. If the equipment is not serviced on a regular basis, it is likely to develop glitches that would in turn affect its performance. Taking the equipment off-duty for a day or two in order to have it serviced may seem like a lot of work. Yet it is nothing, compared to the difference it can make in terms of performance. In any event, if you keep on using your high-end communication equipment for too long without servicing it, there is a risk of it simply breaking down at some point. You’d then have to pay much more (and keep it off duty for much longer) in order to get it repaired.
It is also a good idea to maintain contact with the manufacturer of the equipment, so as to get regular tips on how to keep the equipment functioning in an optimal manner. You can have a routine of calling the equipment manufacturer after every few months, and updating him on any issues relating to the equipment you may have noted. Such phone calls shouldn’t be too expensive. For instance, if you are a Metro PCS user, chances are that you’d only notice a modest difference, when you venture to pay metropcs bill, on account of the equipment-related phone calls. Yet that extra amount payable at the metro pay bill portal would be nothing, compared to the tips you may get from the manufacturer on how to configure and keep your high-end communication equipment functioning in an optimal manner.