Qualcomm disagrees with the provisions, and plans to appeal, the San Diego-based company said in an official statement.
Qualcomm has attracted the attention of regulators from around the world because of its business practices in South Korea, China, Japan, the European Union and other countries.
Prior to this the processor manufacturer also had time to collide with Apple in court, the iPhone maker is reducing the amount of payments they provide to Qualcomm related patent licenses.
Taiwan regulator says, Qualcomm monopolize the standard mobile device market. They can refuse to give their products to companies that do not agree with the agreement they provide.
By doing this, Qualcomm has violated local regulations. TFTC also said, the total value of processor made by Qualcomm which has been purchased by various Taiwan companies reached US $ 30 billion.
"Qualcomm has many essential standard patents on CDMA, WCDMA, and LTE and is the dominant provider of chips for CDMA, WCDMA, and LTE," the FTC said.
"They abuse their power in mobile communications standards and refuse to sell the necessary patent licenses."