1. A static proxy is a data center IP address assigned by an Internet service provider (ISP) through a contract. As the name "static" implies, it allows you to operate as a resident user of the same IP when you need to.
2. In short, you get the high degree of anonymity of a residential agent and the speed of a data center agent. In addition, static IP proxies greatly simplify their use by allowing you to avoid IP address rotation.
Unlike regular data center agents, static IP services are not created using virtual machines. For almost any site, these agents (also known as sticky IP addresses) look just like any other real consumer. Since most sites only see ordinary consumers browsing their services, static agents are much less likely to be flagged as potential bots.