The lettering is a little far apart. Do you need both the green arrow and the backwards 'n'? I think one or the other would work.
I really like the colors and the typeface choice here. I think it is fun how you made the "N" opposite of each other.
Just a couple things that may just polish this up. If you maybe had the arrow so it points from the center of the x. Since it is off just over slightly, it appears like a mistake rather than intentional to me.
Maybe consider bringing in the letters slightly to each other, unless of course it is ready to go directly on a sign ( or something that is viewed from a distance)?
i love the half green x. the backwards n really bothers me.. not sure if you have control over this or not.. but i think it would be better to leave both n's orientation traditional.. the green highlight in the middle of the logo is enough to draw attention.. what reason do you have for reversing the first n? there should always be a reason.. i see the reason for the green direction in the x.. which makes it fabulous! oh i do hope you can make that first n face the correct way.. you're not nine inch nails or toys r us.. you want to be professional and correct... this says confusion and direction chaos. otherwise.. a lovely mark.
I agree with the backwards 'n' comment. i'm curious about your thoughts behind this. Perhaps it is something i'm not seeing.
I also would consider making the green one solid color, it appears to be a slight gradient now. i don't think the gradient is adding anything to the integrity of the design & can just become a printing hassle down the road.
I like the idea as a whole but the message isn't massively clear,
Liked the logo on first look then read your comments and found that it meet this very well.
I later noticed that the "n" was the wrong way round. Cleaver and subtle. Like it....
The whole look goes with the company image serious corporate and in telecoms,
I think the reversed "n" is questionable. I'd like to see this at different sizes. Would be able to comment on kerning a little better that way. Also, I think grayscale needs to be considered.
Overall it is a great design/concept. Good Luck.