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Intel Product Catalogue Service

intel.com

Version: 0.1.0


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Description

This is the documentation for PIM Micro services. In order to use this tool you need to have Basic Auth credentials and a client id. If you dont have one, please make sure to request one by sending an email to the PIM MS team: [email protected]

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