Whilst much of the headlines have focused on the massive audiences for London 2012 coverage on television and online, along with the social media activity, many people still relied on traditional text messages (SMS) to share their thoughts on the Games.
Copyright: PA Images Anthony Devlin/PA WireSybase 365 has therefore compiled the top five moments for SMS activity around the London 2012 celebrations.
Around 900 million are estimated to have watched Danny Boyle's Opening Ceremony last month, according to the International Olympic Committee.
Sybase says that there was a 137% increase in SMS traffic as the Parade of Nations entered the stadium, featuring all the countries competing at the Games.
The second-biggest spike in texting occurred when Team GB was presented to the world, triggering a 56% bump in traffic.
Team GB winning the gold medal in the Men's Team Cycling Sprint, including Sir Chris Hoy claiming his fifth gold to equal Sir Steve Redgrave's British record, resulted in a 46% rise in texting.
A 40% spike in SMS activity occurred for the incredible moment when the 'Queen' parachuted from the helicopter ahead of James Bond during the Opening Ceremony.
There was a tie for the fifth biggest texting event, with 36% spikes seen for the final gold medal of the Games going to Ugandan Kiprotich in the Men's Marathon, and the moment when Andy Murray won the first Men's Tennis singles gold for Britain since 1908.
Sybase calculated the percentage of increase in UK text messaging against volumes on "non-meaningful event driven days".