Datacenter proxies

Proxies can be confusing at first glance. Rightly so, there’re dozens of different proxy types that you can choose from! So why should you be interested in datacenter proxies?

Datacenter proxies
shared and dedicated datacecnter proxies

What are datacenter proxies?

First things first, what is a datacenter proxy? It is an IP address from proxy servers hosted at remote data centers (also known as cloud servers) anywhere in the world. The technology works like this: datacenters have many IP subnetworks which host multiple IPs addresses. As a result, these proxies are exceptionally fast and cheap.

 

Datacenter proxies accept your requests, forward them to a certain site, and return your targeted data to you. And the best part is that during this whole process, you don’t need to worry about anything! This proxy hides your identity, location and IP address.

Types of datacenter proxies we support

Razorproxy is a proxy provider that offers you two datacenter proxy products: rotating shared datacenter proxies and dedicated datacenter proxies.

Dedicated Datacenter Proxies

Dedicated datacenter proxies

US based dedicated IP list with static ports to manually manage rotation speed.

 

These proxies are not shared so you will be only client using this specific IP list for one month.  

 

While using dedicated datacenter proxies, you will get access (username:password) to your dedicated IP list and be able to use unlimited concurrent sessions and bandwidth (GBs) as you pay per IPs.

Shared rotating datacenter proxies

US based shared proxy servers will rotate IP addresses automatically or you can use static ports to manually manage rotation speed. 

 

As these proxies are shared, there’s a minimal chance that few clients will use the same IP at any time. However, that’s precisely what makes these proxies cost-effective.

 

While using shared datacenter monthly plans, you will get access (username:password) to the whole IP pool, unlimited concurrent sessions and threads as you pay per GBs. 

Shared Datacenter Proxies

Comparing datacenter proxies with other types

Datacenter IP addresses are known for their speed and easy scalability. But how they compare to other proxy types?

Datacenter vs Residential proxies

Residential proxies are IP addresses of real devices, while datacenter proxies are artificially created ones. With this being said, residential proxies are really effective, but expensive and often abused by users.

 

Also, it’s hard to replace them, while data center proxies are easy to scale. So, if you need a big proxy pool of dedicated IPs cost-friendly – datacenter proxies are your choice.

 

ISP vs Datacenter proxy

ISP stands for Internet Service Provider, so these proxies are actual IP addresses provided by ISP and are attached to a specific physical location. Meanwhile, datacenter proxies are not owned or listed as any ISP and come from cloud server providers, so you get the best combination of low price, fast speed and IP availability. 

fast and cheap datacenter proxies

Types of datacenter proxies we support

Razorproxy is a proxy provider that offers you two datacenter proxy products: rotating shared datacenter proxies and dedicated datacenter proxies.

Shared datacenter proxies​


Few clients are using the same shared DC pool.
  • US based
  • Unlimited threads
  • User:pass authentication
  • Automatic rotation / Static IPs
  • Domain:port
  • Monthly subscriptions
Dedicated datacenter proxies​


One client is using dedicated DC IP list.
  • US based
  • Unlimited bandwidth (GBs)
  • User:pass authentication
  • Static IPs
  • IP:port​
  • One month plans

Frequently Asked Questions

At the moment, both shared rotating and dedicated datacenter proxies are located in the US.

With shared datacenter plans you can use unlimited threads, IPs and connections as you pay per traffic. With dedicated datacenter plans you can use unlimited traffic and connections as you pay per IPs.