IBM famously created the PC standard with the introduction of the first IBM PC in 1981. IBM also extended the standard with the introduction of the PC/AT (1984) and the PS/2 line (1987). However, by 1987, IBM had lost control of their market and PC clone manufacturers were responsible for most of the new system sales.
I know that it was IBM that initiated most of the standards, such as ST-506 HDDs, the various graphics adapters/modes, BIOS interfaces, connectors, keyboard layout, standard peripheral chips, etc. So, I suspect there are a very few standard technologies first brought to market by one or more clone manufacturers. The well-known example is the EISA bus standard, which was simply to negate the effect of IBM's proprietary Micro-Channel Architecture.
Besides EISA, what eventual PC clone standards were first introduced by manufacturers of clone computers, and who introduced them?
NOTE 1: I'm not looking for a list answer per se, since my assumption is there are very few, if any technological innovations that can be traced to R&D efforts by a PC clone manufacturer (besides EISA).
NOTE 2: I'd greatly prefer an answer where the innovation really came from a clone computer manufacturer, not someone in the PC peripheral or semiconductor business. Companies such as Dell, Gateway, Compaq, Wyse, NEC, Olivetti, Toshiba would be potential examples of companies that manufactured clones.