Datacenter Proxy

Definition updated on November 2023

What is Proxy Datacenter?

A datacenter proxy acts as a gateway between an internet-connected device and the website being accessed. When connecting to the internet, the gateway software swaps out the access point's IP address for one that is temporarily rented from a physical datacenter. The proxy user enjoys a great level of anonymity by doing this, and they could even be able to manage how they seem on the page they are accessing. There are numerous uses for datacenter proxies, which often provide online anonymity with fast speeds and competitive pricing.

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