Doubtful. Dedicated servers cost so much because you're essentially renting it entirely for you and your business. If your business is big enough that you need that kind of server, you should be prepared to have the expertise to run it.
If you're looking to go cheaply, you might be better off with a different kind of server than the most inexpensive one that will be problematic later on.
you can take a look at WholeSaleInternet, Nocix and JoesDatacenter. They are all located in the US and they have server in your price range. At that price, it's not the newest hardware available...but it's work.
You can also visit Kimsufi... it's owned by OVH...
Unfortunately, any dedicated server rental for $30/mo will contain low-end hardware components and likely have relatively poor network access, when compared with other price points. You might find that a VPS server would be a better solution in many cases with these budgetary restrictions. One thing to note about very cheap dedicated servers is the age of the hardware components inside. This can be particularly significant when considering SSD drives, as the older generations were particularly prone to read/write failures at much higher rates than their SATA counterparts. At $30/mo, there will likely be no storage failover provided, which means that a single drive failure will likely result in complete data loss.
The pricing is possible if you don't mind older and/or low end equipment. However, I don't think that would include SSD. You may want to consider a semi-dedicated server, or a cloud server with dedicated resources
I personally think is very hard to get a cheap server with the specs you need. Either you will get a SSD that you wanted but you may lose out on the RAM or storage space. If you can forgo that, then you might get the server within your budget.