Before encountering this Emulation, paravirtualization, and pass-through: what you need to know for client hypervisors article, I only knew of the generic term "Hypervisor".
What added to my confusion was the article's statement
"...both VMware and Citrix are working on client hypervisor implementations of their own, and that they both have eluded to releasing products before the end of the year."
"end of the year" means 2009 but VMWare Workstation was there way before then (2005 or earlier). Isn't VMWare workstation a client hypervisor? If so, why would the article claim that VMWare is still working on a client hypervisor in 2009?
Please help me clarify the confusion between the two terms.
Is there a difference at all between the two terms? If so, what is it?