V3 held its first Digital Technology Leaders Awards event last week, handing out the coveted awards during an evening of celebration in London.
Organisations ranging from Cancer Research UK and Taylor Wessing to Ticketmaster and The Prince's Trust won awards, alongside a host of others, so it's no surprise that the announcement of the winners was our most popular story.
Also of no surprise was the fact that much of V3's coverage of the referendum - before and after the vote - dominated the headlines as the tech industry, like the rest of the nation, grapples with the fallout of the outcome.
Elsewhere, Intel announced general availability of the latest generation of Xeon Phi processors aimed at high-performance computing (HPC) applications, and unveiled HPC Orchestrator, a pre-integrated software stack that customers can use to power HPC clusters and a key part of the firm's Scalable System Framework architecture.
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