One of perennial problem that OSGi uses asked from mailing lists is to resolved the problem of TCCL. As I have mentioned in the blog post "OSGi and TCCL dilemma", there is no proper definition is available in OSGi R4.1 specification for TCCL.
On the other hand Eclipse Equinox OSGi implementation has taken steps to prevent this problem with the invent of ContextFinder (CF). When the framework starts, Equinox sets the framework TCCL to CF. Hence, all the bundles spawn from this framework will set its TCCL to CF. CF finds classes and resources from the classloader associate with the current method of the execution stack. (java.lang.SecurityManager#getClassContext). This is not the complete answer to the problem, but it will solve most of the common scenarios. Thus, it's very easy to use this concept and apply to other OSGi implementations as well, such as Apache Felix.
WSO2 is align with producing products that are OSGi enabled. The underline infrastructure of these products uses a product called "Carbon", which is an OSGi wrapper powered with either Eclipse Equinox or Apache Felix and provide a
Web Services infrastructure powered by Apache Axis2. Carbon uses the "servletbridge" design principle to bridge OSGi and Servlet container. Hence, Carbon is one such infrastructure that harness the benefits of server-side OSGi. Though Carbon defaults to Equinox and Felix OSGi implementations, it has give a very powerful API to integrate other OSGi implementations as well.
You will be able to find the source code from "svn co https://svn.wso2.org/repos/wso2/trunk/carbon".
Nice thing about Carbon is that it can switch between Equinox or Felix based on users preference. It can switched to any other OSGi implementations that is registered with too. Carbon uses the prior mentioned ContextFinder principle to solve the TCCL problem and I think it's a very fair assumption until OSGi specification mandate on the TCCL.
One of the very first product that is scheduled to be released on this month on top of the prior mentioned infrastructure is "Data Services Solution", which is a complete solution for data services via web services.