The games were mentioned nearly 18 million times on social media in English, Spanish, French and German over the event's duration (9-25 February).
The vast majority of these mentions (16.7m) were in English, according to Brandwatch.
Nearly 70,000 of those mentions - 0.4 per cent of the total, or one in every 260 - related to the top-tier Worldwide Olympic Partners.
Nearly a third (32 per cent of those mentions) were of Intel, more than double the share of voice of any other sponsor.
One in seven (14 per cent) were of fellow tech firm Samsung, while Toyota and Visa both enjoyed nine per cent of the sponsor mentions.
GE notched up eight per cent, watchmaker Omega seven per cent and Dow got six per cent. Coca-Cola got five per cent.
The remainining sponsors were Atos, P&G (both getting three per cent), Alibaba (two per cent) Bridgestone and Panasonic (both one per cent).
Intel's Winter Olympics campaign was entitled Experience the Moment, and showed how the firm's VR technology can bring together athletes and their far-away supporters and families.
It also used the story of two siblings playing on the ice hockey teams of different nations (below), and ran an ad campaign showing people using its VR headsets.
"We looked for compelling stories – for us, that is what the Olympics is about," Intel VP of global creative direction Teresa Herd said of the campaign. "[We wanted] to show people the impact the tech has in the viewing experience and show the marriage of technology and humanity."
The brand's technology also took centre stage during the Winter Olympics closing ceremony yesterday.
Korean firm Samsung ran a campaign around its SmartSuit created for the Dutch speed skating team (see below).