Nokia posted quarterly revenue of 5.08 bn euros ($6.16 bn), a 3% rise, to beat the analysts’ average forecast of 4.72 bn euros. The sale from Network infrastructure products, including optical and fixed network products, jumped 28% to 1.73 bn euros. The growth path can be attributed to Nokia’s new strategy and higher sales of  5G equipment. Nokia and Ericsson, both, have been winning customers as telcos start rolling out 5G and China’s Huawei faces curbs.